Lotus has introduced the new Evora 400 at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The 2+2 coupe stands out as the fastest and most powerful full-production car that Lotus has ever built.
According to Lotus, "over two thirds of the Lotus Evora 400 is new". Other than the obvious change with bodywork such as the larger and more aggressive air ducts, the new LED daytime running lights, and larger front and rear diffusers, the Lotus Evora 400 also features upgrades under the skin.
This also comes thanks to a bunch of suspension, steering, and chassis tweaks and a weight reduction by 48lbs. There’s also a standard limited-slip differential and larger brakes.
The Lotus Evora 400 was designed with U.S. regulations in mind. It will goes into production later in the summer of 2015. (egmcartech.com, lublexus.com & leftlanenews.com)
2016 Lotus Evora 400 Exclusive
Car fans across the world have helped the Lotus Exclusive service by choosing one of the most famous racing colour schemes for a run of extremely limited Evora 400 Exclusive editions. The outright winner was revealed as the Blue & Orange edition, recalling the famous racing colour scheme first seen in the 1960s, wîth a complementary palette inside, setting black leather upholstery against orange contrast stitching.
The new Blue and Orange limited edition of ten Evora 400s is the latest Lotus sports car to help mark 2016 as the 50th anniversary since the founding of the Lotus Factory and Headquarters in Hethel, Norfolk.
(Photos from autoblog.com, clublexus.com, conceptcarz.com, & leftlanenews.com)