Parkers overall rating: 4.5 out of 5 4.5

The Parkers VerdictThe Parkers Verdict

Yes it can be tricky to get in and out if you’re tall, the boot is small (and unlike some mid-engined cars it only gets one boot, in the back) and the rear seats in 2+2 models are a practical joke that’s nearly as funny as the almost total lack of rear visibility, but the Evora’s driving experience and sense of occasion every time you climb aboard makes up for it.

The Porsche Cayman may beat the Evora on quality and price but the Lotus is every bit as fun to drive and some buyers might find it has a bit more charm and personality than the Porsche.

Use the categories below and at the top of the page to navigate through the full Lotus Evora review and find out why we rate this engaging sports car so highly.