Lotus: The New Evora GT410 Sport
British automaker, Lotus unveils the new Evora GT410 Sport by presenting a far subtler and sleeker silhouette than its predecessor to commemorate the brand’s 70th year in auto manufacturing excellence.
Lotus celebrates 70 years with Evora GT410 Sport
British sports and racing car manufacturer, Lotus has released the new Evora GT410 Sport ahead of its 70th anniversary celebration, and the sports car is available as a two seater or 2+2 configurations, with manual or automatic transmissions option. This new GT-class coupe draws its inspiration from Evora GT430 and refines it further to deliver an even more desirable car by adding greater advanced aerodynamics and redesigning the car with new composite front and rear body panels.
“We are continually exploring new ideas, innovating and evolving our cars in pursuit of perfection. The new Evora GT410 Sport takes the lessons learnt from the development of the GT430 to deliver something outstanding and highly capable,” said Group Lotus plc’s CEO, Jean-Marc Gales said during the recent launch event for the new Evora GT410 Sport.
The body style is designed to be sporty and sleek as well as lightweight about 1,297 kg. Powering the heart of the engine is a 3.5-liter supercharged Toyota-derived V6, producing 410 horsepower and 420 Nm of torque, and generating up to 96kg of downforce, which is 50 percent more than the Evora Sport 410. In addition, 0-60 mph takes just 3.9 seconds with the semi-auto or four seconds with the manual gearbox, however top speed with the automatic ‘box is 171mph, which is 19mph slower than the manual’s 190mph top speed.
The interior design of the new GT-class coupe
The inside features carbon race seats as standard, and the steering wheel, door panels, transmission tunnel, including centre console comes in trimmed black Alcantara®, complemented by contrast twin colour stitching. For in-car entertainment, a 7-inch touchscreen is fitted, offering the modern benefits of AppleCarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. Other optional features such as Satellite navigation and a back-up camera can be installed upon request.
The new Lotus Evora GT410 Sport range can be ordered right now in Asia Pacific markets and for more details, please visit the brand’s official website at www.lotuscars.com.