Interior - Evora

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Standard

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Colour Swatches

Swatch - Ebony Black.png Swatch - Charcoal Cloth.png

Premium Packs

All Premium Packs include:

  • Accent lighting
  • Leather trimmed door pockets
  • Armrest
  • Leather footwell side panels
  • Leather tailgate insert panel

Premium

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Pre-MY12

  • Accent lighting
  • Upgraded interior trim
  • Further extensive use of premium grade leathers in a choice of colours: Oyster (Magnolia), Chestnut (Tan), Paprika (Red), Charcoal (Black)

MY12 Onwards

  • Leather centre console
  • Leather door panelling below trim band
  • Choice of leather colours: Ebony Black, Venom Red, Ivory White, Ash Grey, Cocoa Brown, Cognac Brown, Imperial Blue, includes leather rear seats (2+2 option only)

Colour Swatches

Swatch - Ebony Black.png Swatch - Venom Red.png Swatch - Ivory White.png Swatch - Ash Grey.png Swatch - Cocoa Brown.png Swatch - Cognac Brown.png Swatch - Imperial Blue.png

Premium Suedetex

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  • Slate Grey SuedeTex® centre console
  • SuedeTex® trim band and lower door panelling
  • Ebony Black leather and SuedeTex® seat combination (front and rear on 2+2)

Colour Swatches

Swatch - Ebony Black.png Swatch - Slate Grey SuedeTex.png

Premium Sport

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Leather centre console
Carbon effect leather inserts on the seats
Leather door panelling below trim band
Choice of leather colour: Ebony Black with red contrast stitching and piping, or Venom Red, Cocoa Brown and Imperial Blue with black contrast stitching and piping, includes leather rear seats (2+2 option only)

Colour Swatches

Red contrast stitching and piping
Black contrast stitching and piping
Black contrast stitching and piping
Black contrast stitching and piping


Rear seats

The Evora can be ordered in one of two configurations - either as a 2+0 with storage behind the seats, or as a 2+2 with a small rear bench for two passengers to sit on.

Although the rear seats are often criticised for their lack of leg room 2+2 configuration cars are more popular and tend to hold a small premium over 2+0's. It is nigh on impossible to retro fit rear seats to a 2+0 car, as while the interior trim can be changed to accommodate it the seat base and back the fixings required for the rear seat belts are not present in 2+0 cars and are not easily added[1].

The trimming of the rear seats varies depending on whether the car is specified with or without any of the Premium or Premium Sport Pack options listed above.

  • Standard interior in Evoras not equipped with any form of Premium Pack have the rear seats are trimmed in cloth.
  • Premium Pack equipped cars feature rear seats trimmed in Black leather with a feature strip in the colour of the front seats running across the seat back.
  • Premium Pack Sport equipped cars do not have the feature strip and are instead trimmed entirely to match the colour of the front seats, with Lotus roundels in the headrest and carbon leather inserts.
Standard interior with cloth rear seats
Premium Pack (Oyster) Rear Seats
Evora Premium Pack Sport (Ebony Black) Rear Seats
Evora Premium Pack Sport (Venom Red) Rear Seats

Removal

The rear seat base can be easily removed and is just held in place with velcro. The seat backrest is also fairly simple to remove but requires a couple more steps.

On 2+2 cars, the rear seat backrest is secured by a screw behind each backrest top insert pad, two screws at the bottom edge and Velcro patches. To remove the seat:

  • Remove the rear seat cushion by pulling free from its Velcro fastening.
  • Remove both backrest top insert pads by pushing upwards to release the spring clips. Release each of the single screw fixings thus revealed.
  • Remove the two screws at the bottom edge of the backrest, and pull the panel free from its Velcro fastening.

On 2+0 cars, the insulating pad on the rear bulkhead is retained by Velcro pads.

References

  1. PistonHeads > Gassing Station > Lotus > Evora > Does anyone know if ?
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