Lotus has just revealed its newest supercar, the Evora Sport 410. The new Evora is lighter, more powerful and much more aerodynamic than the last generation.
According to Lotus, it’s a more focused variant of the Evora 400, with a 2,800-lb (1,270 kg) dry weight, speed-doubling aerodynamics and nose-to-tail carbon-fiber components. With a top speed of 190 mph and 0-60 sprint of just 3.9 seconds, the new Evora is undoubtedly a bullet. It’s the spiritual successor of several of Lotus’s most iconic models, including the Esprit Sport 300.
The 410 has a supercharged, 410-hp, V6 engine and was designed to deliver on both the track and the road. Lotus added new performance-oriented wheels, tires and a new titanium exhaust. It’s more than 70 kg lighter than the previous generation due to new, hand-made carbon-fiber parts.
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Lotus CEO Jean-Marc Gales said, “Lotus has surpassed itself with the Evora Sport 410, and it defines a period in which we are producing our best ever cars. It can sprint from 0-60 mph in just 3.9 seconds, and its ballistic pace means that, in the right hands, it’s unbeatable… It’s nothing short of superb, and delivers the power and precision that Lotus cars are renowned for,” he said.