The driving parameters sound great. From zero to one hundred, the GT is 3.7 seconds and the maximum speed is 305 kilometers per hour. Lotus still lives out of the message of Colin Chapman, who has often reported – add lightness. Even Evora has gone through another fattening dish. It has only 1 258 kilograms of dry weight.
The gearbox is manual with six gears. The Torsen self-locking differential and the Michelin Pilot Sport Cup tire 2 are powered by the Torsen self-locking differential. The driver can choose from five driving modes – “Drive,” “Sport,” “Race,” and “Off”. They primarily control traction control efficiency.
Carbon also appears abundantly in the interior. A characteristic pattern can be seen on the seats, leeches or the instrument panel cover in front of the driver. The steering wheel, dashboard, door panels and seat-to-seat bracket are padded with a combination of Alcantara and perforated leather. However, the customer can choose a complete interior design either in leather or in Alcantara.
The Lotus Evora GT430 is set to be a limited-edition series of just 60 pieces for the world. The price in Germany was set at 151 thousand euros (3.9 million crowns). In addition to Sparco, forged wheels or exclusive varnish shells, air conditioning (around 55,000 CZK), acoustic insulation (CZK 18,200) or drink holder (CZK 4,200) are included in the surplus range.