Clearly hoping to take the Porsche Cayman head on, the Evora was never going to match the German car for build quality and general finish. Even so it is an exciting package and the very sharpest of driving tools with a top speed of 162mph and 60mph arriving in under 5 seconds. There is also a 2+2 version if you want to squeeze two unfortunates in the back. At least it will do more than 30mpg, which is nice.
Apart from fit and finish issues and the odd report of flat batteries, no real issues on what is still a very new car.