Lotus Cars have always been focused on building racing cars and sports cars foremost. They translated this ethos into making lightweight sports vehicles with the most exemplary handling on the market. Our subject vehicle is a rare Lotus Turbo Esprit SE Jim Clark Edition. It bears the number 12 of 20 produced, making it a truly once in a lifetime car to be had, and with just 6750 miles on the clock. This specially made car was built to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Lotus' 1965 Indy win. According to Car & Driver, The Jim Clark package added $2200 to the price of a standard $93,795 Esprit Turbo SE when new. The current owner has reportedly only added 200 miles since purchase in 2018.
The Lotus Evora, which was developed under the project name 'Project Eagle,' was launched in 2008 at the British International Motor Show. In 2019 Lotus introduced the Evora GT for the 2020 model year, and it was one of the most powerful variants. It carries selected lightweight carbon fiber components as standard, which makes it lighter than the Evora 400. Our subject car is fitted with the standard manual transmission that will captivate enthusiasts. This stunning example of the 2020 Lotus Evora GT is located in Florida and only has 1570 miles on the clock.