We know that the Artega GT is being sold on a limited basis so by sheer quantity alone, it won’t be able to compete with something like the Lotus Evora. But take that out of the equation and you have two cars that pretty much carry the same performance numbers.
The current-generation Evora is powered by a transversely-mounted, Toyota-sourced 2GR-FE VVT-I engine that sits behind the rear seats. The engine is capable of producing up to 276 horsepower and 258 lb/ft of torque with the Evora capable of accelerating from 0 to 60mph in 4.9 seconds.
At the end of the day, choosing one over the other will entirely depend on which car you’re more comfortable with. The Artega GT, despite it’s limited availability, looks, feels, and performs the part of a high-end sports car. On the other hand, the Evora may not match up to the Artega GT aesthetically - as far as we’re concerned - but the production numbers are almost certainly bigger than that of the Artega sports car so finding one shouldn’t be all that difficult.