Base price increase of $2000 for Evora however Sport Pack is now standard so really a $500 increase in price since that option goes for $1500.
One of the most prominent interior modifications has come from the change in Satellite Navigation System. Both the Evora & Evora S Tech Pack option will now feature the Pioneer F930BT.
Highlights of the new unit include:
- Direct Ipod or Iphone Control
- An App mode that enables you to listen to music and video from your Ipod or Iphone apps
- Eco Drive, which evaluates your driving performance including accelaration, braking and C02 emissions
- TTS (Text to Speech) which provides detailed voice guidance messages in 18 languages, relaying traffic information and suggest new routes based on Traffic Message Channel
Exterior Colour Options
There is a selection of new exterior colours, including 3 colours unique to the Evora.
Standard colours – 2 colours
- Ardent Red
- Solar Yellow
Metallic colours (optional) – 6 colours
- Racing Green
- Sienna Brown
- Starlight Black
- Arctic Silver
- Carbon Grey
- Nightfall Blue
Premium colours (optional) – 3 common colours with the range
+ 3 Evora specific colours
- Velvet Red
- Aspen White
- Laser Blue
- Amethyst Grey/Only available on Evora
- Frost Blue/Only available on Evora
- Autumn Bronze/Only available on Evora
- Motorsport Black
- Motorsport Green
A new design of floor mats will be available as part of the Premium
Packs. A new logo will be introduced along with refined, high quality
Red Caliper Brakes are now standard on the Evora S and are part of teh Sport Pack on the Evora.
New Wheel Styles
There will be a range of 7 wheels for the MY12 Evora with 2 new additions:
- Design wheel, Gunmetal Grey, forged (19″ front and 20″ rear)
- Design wheel, Gloss Black, forged (19″ front and 20″ rear)
The new exhaust for MY12 improves the engine note, giving the Evora a sportier tone. Within the exhaust a valve opens above 4700 rpm, changing the flow of exhaust gases, increasing the volume. When the sport button is depressed the valve stays permanently open, giving an exhaust sound commensurate with the car performance.
The exhaust gas primary flow path goes through a multi chamber silencing system which reduces noise. This silencing system generates excessive back pressure at higher engine rpm and could damage the engine. The valve activation occurs to protect the engine from the back pressure, allowing only a small amount of exhaust gas to pass through
the silencing system.
The naturally aspirated Evora with no Sport Pack will open its valve at 4700 rpm but only the sport button in the Sport Pack will override it.
Three different optional Premium interiors can now be specified on the Evora range: Premium, Premium Suede Tex or Premium Sport.
The leather grade has been improved over MY11 giving an immediate better quality perception of the car. The interior colour break down will also change. The cabin will now be fully trimmed in the colour of the Premium Pack selected.
For the Premium option there is a wide range of leather colours including Ebony Black, Ivory White, Venom Red, Cognac Brown, Imperial Blue, Cocoa Brown and Ash Grey.
A double material seat with Ebony Black Leather and Slate Grey Suede Tex® is also available.
White with premium option all stitching in piping is in the same tonal colour as the selected leather. It is also important to note that all seats also come with tonal piping and the Lotus roundel embossed into the headrest.
On the Premium Sport option a range of four leather colours are available, Ebony Black, Venom Red, Cocoa Brown and Imperial Blue. The seat itself now has a different stitch pattern, carbon effect leather inserts, a contrast stitch, which is also replicated throughout the rest of the interior. In the Premium Sport Pack the Lotus roundel emblem will be embroidered onto the headrest.
- Chrome Door Handles
- Headlights-Xenon standard fit
- Gear Knob-Better
- Vent & Door Surrounds-In leather
- Close Ratio 6 Speed Manual Gearbox-Standard
- Interior Grab Handle-From plastic to leather
via Abraham Reyes/Newport European Motorcars