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Lotus' one-off tribute to famous PPW 306R Bond submarine shown


Lotus has unveiled a one-off special edition version of the Evora in celebration of the iconic Esprit submarine used in the James Bond film, The Spy Who Loved Me.

Released 40 years after the white Series I Esprit entered cinema history by converting into a underwater vehicle while fending off baddies on the island of Sardinia, the bespoke Evora features a number of styling details in tribute to 007's submersible ride.

Based on the flagship Evora Sport 410 but with touches from Lotus' Exclusive in-house personalisation department, the one-off receives a two-tone coloured front bumper, one piece carbon-fibre tailgate, unique badge script taken from the Esprit, full-length black stripe down the side, tartan interior trim with red stitching and Alcantara finished dashboard.

Like the standard limited to 150 units Sport 410, the 3.5-litre supercharged Toyota-sourced V6 remains at unchanged with 306kW/420Nm of torque on tap, enough for a claimed 0-100 km/h sprint of 4.2 seconds and top speed of 300 km/h.

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