Lotus has added to its ever-expanding range of sports cars – but the new Evora isn't a special edition, it's a softer series model.

CarAdvice, By Scott Collie


© Image Credit by CarAdvice | Lotus Evora GT410 revealed


Lotus has added a softer, more day-to-day focused GT410 to the Evora line-up in Europe.
The GT410 will sit alongside the GT410 Sport in the Evora range, with a lower starting price and a raft of comfort-oriented features (by Hethel standards, at least) to make the largest Lotus a friendlier beast on the roads.
The cabin houses a set of heated Sparco seats and air-conditioning, and there's a "premium" infotainment system on board with Apple CarPlay, DAB digital radio, and a reversing camera.
Road noise has been put in the firing line with extra sound deadening, too. Owners even get armrests on the new door trims.
Externally you get 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels, behind which hide AP Racing brakes. Power still comes from a supercharged 3.5-liter V6 engine making 306kW and 420Nm, mated with a six-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission.
In keeping with its more daily-focused remit, the damper rates have been returned for a slightly more comfortable ride, although it's still likely to be a corner carver when push comes to shove. Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tyres are standard, rather than the more track-oriented rubber of the GT410 Sport.
Finally, the rear window has been enlarged to improve rearward visibility.
This article was originally published by CarAdvice.
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