Not long after the onslaught of new Lotus concepts at the 2010 Paris Motor Show, the automaker has announced they're planning some upgrades to their existing models. Before new products such as the reborn Esprit begin to debut in 2013, Lotus has a load of changes planned for both the Evora and Exige. CEO Danny Bahar has even hinted that there could be a new Exige at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
It has also been hinted by company insiders that the Evora is due to get a major refresh in 2012. There are also more variants expected of the Evora S in the near future. The changes would include a completely redesigned interior, as Lotus hopes to boost quality and functionality - two traits the Evora's current interior has been criticized for. To dissolve criticism of interior quality, Lotus has outsourced the engineering of future cabins to German firm CSI, which has done this task for the Audi A8, Mercedes SLS, and the Porsche Panamera.