The first new Lotus since the introduction of the Elise in 1995, the Evora is being billed by Lotus as the world's only mid-engine 2+2, but don't expect to be putting two adults in the back seats. The Evora is powered by a Toyota-sourced 3.5L V-6 massaged by Lotus to produce around 276 hp and 252 lb-ft of torque, which will more than likely move the Evora's 2976 lb with authority. The engine is mated to a six-speed manual transmission. Lotus estimates the Evora will hit a max speed of about 160 mph, with the 0-60 mph sprint coming in under 5 sec. Lotus is also billing the Evora as one of its most comfortable and well-appointed models ever, with a cockpit designed to fit drivers up to 6 ft, 5 in. in height, along with numerous creature comforts and cabin appointments you don't normally find in Lotus's track-focused vehicles. The goal was to make Evora more of a daily driver than its other offerings.