Are you a performance enthusiast -- or maybe just an Anglophile? If you're interested in Lotus, it's probably because you appreciate the brand's rich heritage of racing cars and lightweight sports cars for the road. Curious about how those cars are made? Their engineering is so respected that the company does a lucrative business contracting it out to other car companies. The Lotus Evora carries on the brand's traditional strength and light weight, and offers swoopy and sexy good looks, supercharged power and athletic handling. It's available as a 2- or 4-seater. To own one of these cars is to be part of a worldwide community: There are clubs, online forums, track days and even a driving academy for Lotus owners.