The 2019 Lotus Evora GT410 Sport has come to do bring around some very challenging, thought-provoking elements into this segment. First, this is a track-suited car that is no lesser road-oriented.
You can have your Lotus as a 2+2 or strict two-seater. It draws its enviable powers from a Toyota-made 3.5-liter V6 engine that is fixed onto an Edelbrock supercharger. It comes with either a six-speed manual or six-speed auto transmission gearbox that drives only the rear wheels through a Torsen limited-slip diff (manual only). Producing an immense 404bhp at and 309lb ft of torque this is a car that has its numbers where it matters.
The bodywork is rich with and both front and rear bumpers have been creatively redefined. Several other changes have made the Lotus GT410 a lighter vehicle easily hitting the top speed of 190 mph.
You’d say that Evora has yet to hit amazing sports abilities but there has been a fair attempt with this car and the ambiance is generally very friendly. The interior boasts extensive carpet and sounds deadening although some of the plastics and switchgear won’t aren’t doing the Evora much good.
In pricing the GT410 Sports tags itself alongside the effective entry 400 ($189,990 list) and current flagship GT430 Sport ($239,990 list) and starts to do its thing at $179,990 (before on-roads).
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