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LOTUS EVORA 2010 N/A FOR SALE Contact email@example.com for more information, photos or to arrange a viewing. Vehicle being advertised elsewhere. Not looking to PX. I'm selling my gorgeous Lotus Evora sadly, due to lack of use (400 miles per year for past two years). The car is HPI clear, gold report available on request. Service History – As far as I know it was originally a Lotus HQ management car, on a AU60 Hethel plate, then bought by Scott Walker dealership for sale (as many know Scott is a former Lotus Bell&Coalville sales manager who then went on his own to set up Scott Walker sportscars, which were a Lotus Specialist. Scott then sold it to a guy on Mersea Island, in Colchester. I bought off him in 2014, with just under 8k on the clock. It’s been serviced at Lotus HQ Hethel, at Scott Walker Sportscars (Lotus Specialist), at Lotus Stratstone Leicester, and Unit 4 Lotus Burton (Lotus Specialist by Gav, a former Peter Smith Lotus mechanic). Car has always been serviced on time, with full service history, and all advisories have always been addressed. Just had MOT and service, passed (21/08/20) with no advisories, next service and MOT is due in September 2021. Road tax runs out in November. Kept all receipts, notes, certificates etc. Location: Nottinghamshire Condition: Good-Average for its age. Vehicle has always been garaged. Standard stone chips you'd expect of a vehicle of its age. Happy to discuss for further details or photos. Vehicle was on cherished plates, now moved back to its original plates 'AU60'. First Registered: September 2010 Model: Lotus Evora Tech Sport, 2+0, 3.5V6 Naturally Aspirated Colour: Aspen White (metallic white) Mileage: 35,900 Owners: 3 (includes me) MOT expiry: September 2021 Next Service Due: Aug/Sep 2021. No advisories in recent MOT Service History: Full (Lotus Dealerships + Lotus Specialists). Description/features/Optional Extras: • Tech Pack – Cruise control, Alpine Touch-screen IVA-W505R Stereo, CD, RDS radio, DVD player , Alpine SatNav, Subwoofer • Sport Pack – Close ratio sport gear box, Sport mode button (increased throttle response, revs and sound), cross drilled discs, black gloss Lotus callipers • Reversing camera + rear parking sensors • Alarm and immobilizer • Wheels - classic (5x twin spoke), finished in steal grey anthracite 18F, 19R • Boot – cargo net and leather upper + trickle charger included • Power folding mirrors • Exhaust (uprated) – Nouvalari Sports exhaust (pipe/silencer delete) • Induction (uprated) – BOE Cold Air Induction kit • Aero (uprated) – Difflow 5-element rear diffuser + barge boards • Brakes (uprated) – Performance Friction Carbon pads (incredible brakes) • Tyres (uprated) – Yokohama AD08Rs (front 5-6mm / 2x rear brand new, 8mm) • Upholstery – part leather charcoal black /part cloth colour charcoal grey • Seats (customised) Recaro cross Sportster. Retrimed by Recaro specialist (Auto-Trim) finished in matching charcoal black and contrast white with silver stitch. Additional padding added to both seat cushion and arm bolsters for added comfort). Also had matching car mats with white piping created with black and silver union Jacks embroided. • Rear lights – Transforged Racing Afterburner rear lights + originals • New disc brakes (2020) • New handbrake cable (2020) • New steering wheel spacer fitted to remove steering play (2020) • New battery (2020) • 2x Customised Engine covers: white/black version + Carbon dipped version • Black gloss vinyl – Roof, lower sides (barge board area), front lower bumper (splitter area), rear (numberplate recess area) + sunstrip cut to shape of windscreen
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Lotus Sport UK had another disappointing weekend at Brands Hatch after a parts failure robbed the team of a strong finish. Throughout practice and qualifying the lone Lotus Evora of Phil Glew and Sailesh Bollisetti looked strong only being pipped to pole position by Alex Osborne in the APO Sport UK Ginetta. Glew set the pace in the warm up heading in to the race so the team were confident of a strong performance to make up for the disappointment of a double DNF at Rockingham. Bolisetti started the race taking the gamble to start on slicks, unfortunately the race track proved to be greasy from the drizzling rain. A safety car period bunched up the pack once again but a front wishbone failure put Bolisetti in to the gravel trap. Sailesh Bolisetti rounded up the weekend: “Well the last two rounds have been a big learning curve for me, and has made me see the highs and lows of competitive motor racing. It was really tricky at the start as it was a little greasy and we were on slicks. When the safety car came out it gave me the chance to bunch back up to the leaders, but the front suspension failed and put me out of the race.” A frustrated Phil Glew, “After I did morning practice the car felt mega and I could see us on the podium no problem at all. It was unfortunate about the suspension failure but at the end of the day that’s racing and sometimes things are out of the hands of the drivers.” Gary Ayles Team Manager remained positive, “We definitely had the pace in the car after we cured the issues from the previous round, and I think our race pace would have been really consistent. It’s a shame the car gave up, but that’s racing and we will be sure to bounce back for the next round at Snetterton.”