This Lotus Evora S was originally donated by Lotus Cars to Naomi Campbell's 'Naomi for Japan' charity, following the tragedy of the Tsunami in Japan in 2011. The car was auctioned off at the Cannes Film Festival in 2011, where it was bought by its one owner. The car was bought for around 150,000 euros and all proceeds went to supporting victims of the disaster. The car is a one-off, as confirmed by the '1 of 1' plaque fitted by Lotus in the cabin. Unique features include the red decals with Japanese script and 'Naomi for Japan' logos. These decals are lacquered in to the paintwork, they are not simply stickers. The White exterior over full Red leather interior allude to the national flag of Japan. Underneath the exterior is a standard left hand drive Evora S, currently UK registered (previously registered in France until 2013). The car has covered just 10,900km from new. It has just been to HROwen Lotus in London where it received a full service and various extra work to bring it up to top mechanical condition, including a new clutch and brand new gearbox. The total bill for work carried out was over 18k! Full details of this are in the history file. This car represents a great opp
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