Sportscar specialist based in Hethel, England, presents entry-level options in the Lotus Evora family with the repackaging of the Lotus Evora GT410. The car is designed to be more practical and useful than the previous generation, the Evora GT410 Sport.
Lotus has been updating Evora for years to make it faster, lighter, and more agile. But now, Lotus has once again expanded its Evora lineup with the disclosure of the new Evora GT410, which will be sold together with Evora GT410 Sport.
Tracing the exterior, the GT410 is equipped with 19-inch front wheels and 20 inches for the rear wrapped with Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires. In addition to that, the car also equipped with a rear camera and braking system that packed AP Racing calipers.
Evora GT410 is equipped with a 3.5-liter supercharged V6 engine capable of producing power of 410 HP and torque of up to 420 Nm. With this engine, the car can accelerate to speeds of 96 km/h in 4 seconds with a top speed of 305 km/h.
Lotus claims that the Evora GT410 owners will get better interior standards to improve daily driving comfort. Sparco sport seats are the main attraction with maximum cabin conditioning for passengers. The car will also get a seat heater and modern climate control.
Infotainment is made optimal by the inclusion of satellite navigation and Apple CarPlay and for the first time, DAB digital radio. The cabin damping is also made maximum so as to suppress street noise interruptions.
As the carmaker claims, Evora GT410 is built to help modern daily mobility. At the door, there is an armrest and storage area for files. Plus, the car is getting a new tailgate design that makes the rearview clearer.
The official price of the Lotus Evora GT410 is $ 105,056 (£ 82,900) which is lesser £ 3,000 compared to the GT410 Sport. But worry not, the Evora GT410 has a much better value for money features than its brother.