The Lotus Evora 400 Hethel Edition is an extraordinarily well designed and engineered limited edition Lotus vehicle that is designed to commemorate the historic move of Colin Champan -- the founder of Lotus -- to the old Royal Air Force Station Hethel all the way back in 1977.
This particular vehicle is exceptionally lightweight and weighs in at only 1,395 kg. It is equipped with an engine that is capable of taking the vehicle from zero to 60 miles per hour in an absolutely rip-roaring 4.1 seconds on its way to an absolute top speed of 300 km. The vehicle's interior is not too shabby either, and gives purchasers the option to go with shiny red or jet black Alcantara leather trim.
This limited edition Lotus is truly an exclusive vehicular offering that blends opulence and high engineering with truly masterful design and aesthetics, making it the complete automotive package.
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