Asian Debut For The New Evora IPS At The Bangkok Motor Show

BY Burnpavement

The Evora IPS (Intelligent Precision Shift) and the Evora Enduro GT concept have made their first appearance in Asia at the 32nd Bangkok Motor Show.

This inception of the multi-award winning Evora sees an automatic six-speed gearbox with Lotus developed transmission control with a 3.5 l V6 engine delivering 280 PS assuring a superior automatic driving experience. The new Evora IPS variant will be showcased at the Niche Cars Lotus stand from the March 24th until April 5th alongside the supercharged Elise SC, the track-focused Exige 260 and the Evora Enduro GT concept which makes its first appearance outside Europe.

The IPS version of the Evora allows the driver to switch between manual paddle shift and automatic drive modes. The driver also has the option of selecting ‘sport’ mode which showcases the Lotus sport driving experience allowing the driver to really feel each gear shift and be in complete control of the transmission. Lotus Chief Executive Officer Dany Bahar said: “The Evora IPS is set to broaden the appeal of the Evora and reach out to a wider market and we hope it will be popular with established automatic locations such as Asia. It’s been a while since Lotus created an automatic and we’ve spent a great deal of time refining this one to make sure that it perfectly complements the Evora drive experience.” Khun Seree Rakvit, President of Niche Cars Lotus, and sole authorised dealer for Lotus in Thailand, commented: “We are honoured to present the Evora IPS to the region at the Bangkok Motor Show. Having an automatic version of the popular Evora model is a great addition to the portfolio as it complements the current Lotus range perfectly.”