Lotus is unveiling yet another concept car based on its Evora platform but while the previous 414E Hybrid isn’t exactly what you would call production ready, the new Evora Carbon Concept on show at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show is certainly something we could see appear in showrooms within the year.

The Lotus Evora Carbon Concept car emphasizes the automaker’s motorsport credentials and features a number of elements lifted directly from the Evora race car used in the FIA GT4 series. These include exposed carbon-fiber pieces as well as Alcantara accents around the cabin.

The striking white concept car is also finished in an advanced water based pearlescent paint that contrasts with the weave on the carbon-fiber panels. Meanwhile, the carbon-fiber theme is continued with a roof that’s constructed from the lightweight stuff as well as a carbon-fiber diffuser and splitter.

Other features include diamond cut and forged 19 inch alloy wheels and Pirelli P-Zero Corsa tires.