Despite its name, the Sports Racer option will essentially be a ‘looks and toys’ package that’ll give the Evora a more luxurious bent and aim it towards customers seeking a premium sportscar. The ‘looks’ side of things will be addressed by a series of cosmetic changes, including a gloss black roof and further gloss black accents smattered liberally around the car’s exterior. Inside, you get the 2+2 seating option and swathes of grey faux suede with red contrast stitching covering the seats, dash and doors. Or if you’re feeling particularly extrovert, you can also spec ‘Premium Sports’ seats, finished in red leather with black piping.
Quite a wealth of equipment, then, but it’ll cost you: the 280hp Evora Sports Racer comes in at £57,900, over £5,000 more than the standard car, while the supercharged Evora S Sports Racer with 350hp will set you back £65,900. Question is, will the extra kit make for a better Evora, or does the purer proposition of the basic car make it a better bet?