The Lotus Evora Sport 410 will be displayed at the Geneva Motor Show next month. The Evora Sport 410 replaces the Evora Sport 400. The new car has a weight reduction of nearly 70kg and a 10hp increase over the outgoing Evora Sport 400, as indicated by the name.
The Lotus Evora Sport 410 is powered by a supercharged 3.5 liter V6 engine that generates 410hp @ 7000rpm and a peak torque of 410Nm @ 3500rpm. The Evora Sport 410 features an abundance of carbon fiber components. This brings the weight down by 70kg, making the new Evora weigh at 1325kg. The new carbon fiber components include new lightweight door trim panels and a simplified carbon fiber tailgate. The Evora Sport 410 can achieve the 0-100kmph sprint in 4.2 seconds and a top speed of 300kmph when the manual transmission gearbox is used. An optional automatic transmission gearbox is available as well. This brings down the 0-100kmph sprint time by 0.1 seconds. The top speed however drops to 280kmph.
The geometry of the suspension has been improved and the damping has been overhauled. This brings the ride height down by 5mm. The wheels are 10-spoke lightweight forged aluminum wheels. An optional Michelin Cup 2 tires package is available as well.
According to Lotus, production of the Evora Sport 410 will be limited to 150 production units. The Evora will hit global markets in June. Pricing has been revealed for major markets in Europe and Asia. The Evora will retail at £79,900 in UK, €106,900 in Germany, €107,800 in France, €111,960 in Italy, and ¥14.8M in Japan. An American-spec Evora 410 is to be showcased later this year.
The Lotus Evora Sport 410 will be displayed at the Geneva Motor Show on 1st March along with the Elise Cup 250, 3-Eleven and another model that could turn out to be the Evora Roadster.