Spy-Shots of Cars

The Lotus Evora facelift is probably one of the company’s worst kept secrets in recent memory. Touted as far back as November 2014 in an interview, the refreshed Evora is set to make its debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show in March.

As such, this particular camouflaged prototype seen here could be as close to the finished product, with Lotus probably putting the last few touches to it before the final thumbs up is given. From the front, the new car appears to have a reworked bumper with bigger air intakes.

The latest Evora is rumoured to have a lower sill, designed to make the car more accessible to owners who lack the flexibility of a race car driver. But from what we can see here, it looks pretty similar to the current car, with the same ‘swept-up’ kink by the side skirt.

Spy-Shots of Cars

Moving on to the rear, one can spot a more aggressive diffuser on this prototype while the rear wing appears to have had a minor redesign as well. Changes on the inside are expected to echo the current Evora, with all but the most minute of changes slated to feature.

Under the hood, changes are expected to more drastic with the facelifted version touted to produce 15% more power with a reworked 3.5 litre Toyota-sourced V6 – it pumps out 345 hp and 400 Nm of torque in the current Evora S. Expect a hardcore Cup version to follow in the near future following the new car’s debut.