Would You Pick The Sexy New Lotus Evora 400 Over A Porsche 911?

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We certainly would consider it.

Lotus hasn’t been extremely prominent in the auto industry recently. Some might say it has been eclipsed by Porsche and even Alfa Romeo—this however may soon change. The Lotus Evora 400 was unveiled at the Geneva Motor show several months ago and is a direct competitor to the Porsche Cayman GT4 and even a base 911. This video review points out its strong advantages over the Porsches. It has a quicker 0-60 at 4.1 seconds, a lavish interior and even a beautiful exhaust note.

Top speed is also impressive at 186 mph, but is that worth the $90,000-plus price tag? We won’t spoil it for you, but this video reveals a clear winner, provided certain conditions.

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