Evora GT4 Brochure (2010)
This 12x8in two-sided Evora GT4 brochure published in 2010 is in perfect condition and a rare find. The brochure has a stunning photo of the low production racecar on the front and all the technical specifications on the back.
Evora Cup Brochure (2010)
This 12x8in two-sided Evora Cup brochure published in 2010 by Group Lotus is in excellent condition and is a rare find. The front pictures the car and the back covers all of the specifications of the car in detail.
Evora True Character Brochure (2009)
This 11×9-inch, landscape format, two-sided brochure of the Evora, published in 2009, is in great condition. It has some photos and show car specifications on the back.
Lotus Sport 110 Bike Brochure (1994)
This 8x12in 2-sided brochure for the Lotus Sport 110 bike was printed and published in 1994. It is in great condition and features all of the Lotus Road Bike’s specifications on the back.
2008 Lotus Cars Brochure
12-page , 9×7-inch brochure for the full Lotus range in 2008. Includes details and specifications on Elise, Elise SC, Exige S, Exige S240. The cover is finished in that strange sort of soft, matte, textured type surface.
Evora-True Character in a Faceless World (2009)
This was the first promotional material released by Lotus Cars on the new Lotus Evora. The 4-sided, 8×12-inch brochure launched before the first cars were available featured CAD drawings of the first Evora styling designs.
The Evora Range Brochure (2010)
This high-gloss, 12-page booklet on the Evora range was published in mid-2010 with the Lotus Cars ref code: LOTVS05263
Evora -True Character Brochure (2010)
This early 2010, 6-sided, 8×11-inch brochure was one of the first glossy, full-colour brochures for the Evora that showed the full range of wheels, colours and options.
EXOS Experience (Lotus Type 125) Brochure
Here we have a rarely seen, 2-sided brochure for the Lotus ‘Exos Experience’, or you could say, the Lotus Type 125 Formula 1 inspired Track Car. The front shows the T125 in black & gold promo livery rather than the more familiar green/yellow livery it was often seen in. The reverse side of the sheet… Read More