Friday, April 07, 2017

Lotus Evora Sport 410 GP Edition

British Sport's car maker Lotus recently unveiled the special edition of the Evora Sport 410 for the North American market. The new model comes in the D iconic Lotus team F1 colour scheme - the famous black and gold.

The Evora Sport 410 GP Edition will just be limited to an exclusive run of five vehicles.s $110,000.




According to Jean-Marc Gales, CEO, Group Lotus plc

“Last year we embarrassed rivals with a car that cost less but out-classed their best. This year the same rivals are in for a surprise. Less mass, reduced drag and greater downforce means the Evora Sport 410 is not only faster on the straight, but also when cornering. It is without equal, being both refined and intuitive, and again shows that we are making our best ever cars. The reaction to the Evora Sport 410 since its debut in Europe and Asia has been exceptional, and we know that our American and Canadian customers will really appreciate what this Lotus is capable of.”

Tipping the scales at just 3,020 lbs (1,370 kg), or 2,910 lbs (1,320 kg) with no fuel and lightweight options selected. The car uses the latest generation of Lotus’ aluminium architecture, which provides high torsional rigidity at a reduced weight as well as a comprehensive array of carbon-fibre components as standard. Covering the car front to back, they include the front splitter, revised front access panel, roof section, tailgate, rear quarter panels, and rear diffuser – all hand-made specifically for the car.

Utilising an integrated water-to-air charge cooler, the Evora Sport 410 is powered by a supercharged, 3.5-litre 6-cylinder engine, producing 400 hp at 7000 rpm and 301 lbft (410 Nm) of torque at 3500 rpm. The Evora Sport 410 comes as standard with a six-speed manual gearbox, which features a low-inertia flywheel for rapid shifts, while a Torsen-type limited slip differential (LSD) provides greater traction, and faster exit speeds when cornering. The optional six-speed automatic transmission with dedicated ECU for ultra-fast changes allows sequential gear selection via lightweight aluminium paddles mounted to the steering wheel.

The driver can select one of the ESP driving modes – Drive / Sport / Race / Off which also utilise an engine exhaust bypass valve at mid-to-high engine speeds, increasing throttle response in both ‘Sport’ and ‘Race’ settings.

Other extras include lightweight 10-spoke forged aluminium wheels and Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tyres.


They have not ignored the interior design as well with optional colour coded interior components. The Sport’s seats are trimmed with Alcantara as standard, along with the steering wheel, lower dashboard, transmission tunnel and centre console. Customers can opt for the integrated touch-screen entertainment system with iPod connectivity and Bluetooth.

2 comments:

Ankit said...

All types of cars brand is good but BMW cars is better

pompowtryski said...

Polish also started their own "supercar" Arrinera - Will se how it's gonna work out.

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