Anyone think the Evora's and Evora S's will ever appreciate in value?
Uhhh...what do you mean 'other Lotus models' hold their value? Esprits are selling for dimes on the dollar. And the trick is getting one that truly is in decent shape, not just one that looks good. True, fully restored Type 14 Elites, 26R Elans and Sprints, and now even some Europa (Twin Cams mostly) are selling for more for their original selling prices. But NOT when factoring in inflation or certainly not restoration costs. And real 7's in great shape are off the charts.As someone that has seen the Elise's and Exige's appreciate since 2007, I say absolutely, if they stop selling them here. Even the Esprit's aren't really moving much except for mileage and condition. I believe the Evora's will not dip much below the $40k mark at their lowest in the next couple years. We will see some high mileage cars pop up soon enough as its been what 4 years now? Its for the same reason the NSX and the other Lotus's hold their value- their exotic appeal, and drivetrains that will take miles or that can be cheaply replaced. And by appreciate, I mean like less than 5% or hold their value, not skyrocket like a Gullwing coupe.