What initially started as an idea for a new Elite ‘breadvan’ bloomed into two other variants as well: the long-wheelbase sedan and four-door Clubman!
But wait, I hear you saying – isn’t this a mid-engine car?
Yes, yes it is. But the Evora is also a 2+2, with the engine itself quite compact and only extending about 8 inches ahead of the rear axle centerline. This makes plenty of room for an extra set of doors and bigger seats.
The idea with the extra doors is not for limo-like room in the seats back there – mostly for access to luggage as well as the practicality of an occasional occupant inside.