Legendary front man for the British band The Who has designed a one-off Lotus Evora for charity.
Lotus has partnered up with charities in the past, even building a Lotus Evora Freddie Mercury Edition in conjunction with the surviving members of the legendary rock group Queen. The charitable British company is at it again, this time creating an Evora with the help of auto enthusiast (and former Top Gear UK guest) Roger Daltrey. The front-man for the British Band The Who helped design this particular Evora, a one-off that will go up for auction to benefit the Teenage Cancer Trust.
The special edition Evora features a personalized Daltrey signature to go along with a red stripe, a few Who badges and a Union Jack on the tailgate. It is equipped with Lotus's Tech and Premium packages, metallic paint and a reversing camera. It is powered by a supercharged 3.5-liter V6 engine that puts out 345hp. Daltrey said of the car and charitable cause "Without teenagers and their energy and passion for music, we wouldn't have Rock 'n Roll as we know it. There is no doubt in my mind that we're really making a difference." The one-off Who Lotus Evora is expected to fetch around £70,000 when it goes up for auction on December 1st.