Thanks for your replies, so if the 2013 SuperSix and 2014 Evo are of a similar weight what are the advantages of the Evo? Are the 2013 Evo and 2014 Evo also similar weights?
Actually, looking at the Cannondale website under Features of the 2014 Evo it states:
EVO Carbon: By using a higher percentage of intermediate-modulus fiber to tune the stiffness, we are able to expand the EVO line with a super high-performance, sub-950 gram frame. Offered both with and without internal rear brake routing.
And under the SuperSix 2013 Features it states:
The SuperSix frame weighs a mere 1050 grams, and offers the lively ride and explosive acceleration Cannondale's are known for.
The EVO features also so mention the following, which I presume are not found on the SuperSix:
Micro-Suspension Rear Stays Subtle flex zones built into the chainstays and seatstays allow the rear wheel to track the ground, improving speed, handling and comfort. Tuned to work with the SPEED SAVE Fork.
SPEED SAVE Fork This 315 gram fork features full BallisTec carbon construction, an 1-1/8"to 1-1/4" tapered steerer for the best balance of weight and stiffness, and offset dropouts, which allow for more fork angle and compliance without affecting handling.
Reduced Frontal Area
Compared to the oversized competition, the EVO's downtube is close to 20% smaller, the headtube 11% smaller, and the fork blades 15% thinner. This means less frontal area and less drag. In fact, tests show that EVO has a mere 14g more drag than the best "aero" frames without their added weight and harsh ride.
A continuous network of high modulus stiffening fibers runs around joint areas and along the outer edges of the frames tubes, connecting all parts of the frame and allowing precise tuning of stiffness and ride quality.
I think I may have answered my own questions here but according to the above does an Evo 2014 have the above extra features plus a 100g weight saving over the SuperSix 2013 or is the Cannondale website not entirely accurate?