The Lotus Evora visits GForces

We got a rare treat here at G-Forces Web Management yesterday when Lotus UK’s Territory Manager James Haskey paid a visit with the new Lotus Evora.

G-Forces work with a number of leading Lotus dealers in the UK and G-Forces’ Tim Smith and Jamie Dixon enjoy a strong friendship and working relationship with Mr Haskey.

With it’s impressive lines and powerful engine, the 3.5 litre, V6 Lotus Evora will get you from 0-60mph in under 5 seconds and is sure to prove a popular choice with motorists looking for something different.

The Evora in question is one of Lotus’ new press cars, soon to be gracing the pages of many automotive magazines.  Tim Smith commented “Its styling is great and it is a whole different level in terms of sophistication for Lotus. It is a car you could drive to work in everyday without feeling you’ve just got out of a tumble dryer”.

G-Forces' Tim Smith (l), Jamie Dixon (r) and James Haskey of Lotus UK (centre) with the new Evora

G-Forces' Tim Smith (L), Jamie Dixon (R) and James Haskey of Lotus UK (Centre) with the new Evora

Check out the full video of the Lotus Evora visiting G-Forces on our Facebook page and take a look at the Lotus dealers in our clients section to see where you can get behind the wheel of the latest British sports car.

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GForces is Europe’s leading provider of digital solutions to the automotive industry. Working with more of the UK Top 200 dealer groups, more OEMs and more international businesses than any rival, we help our clients navigate and maximise their online presence across mobile and desktop platforms.
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GForces is Europe’s leading provider of digital solutions to the automotive industry. Working with more of the UK Top 200 dealer groups, more OEMs and more international businesses than any rival, we help our clients navigate and maximise their online presence across mobile and desktop platforms.

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