As a supplement to the GT410 Sport, which has been on offer for a few years now, Lotus is launching the new Evora GT410 with more comfortable equipment. The result is a sports car that can actually be used every day. While there have been only minor changes to the bodywork, Lotus uses comfortable sports seats from Sparco in the interior and has air conditioning and a rear view camera added to the standard equipment. An infotainment system including DAB, navigation and Apple CarPlay function is integrated into the center console. In addition, more and better sound insulation is used to ensure better music enjoyment on longer journeys. For the first time, armrests and storage compartments are recessed into the door panels.
For the exterior appearance, Lotus has reassorted their paint range and also re-introduced some historic shades. In addition, a new tailgate with glass panel for better rear-view visibility was developed. Compared to the GT410 Sport, the Evora GT410 gets a more comfortable damper set-up and Michelin Pilot Sport 4S all-weather tyres. In the UK, the price list for the new model variant starts at £ 82,900, which means that that price is at least £ 3,000 lower than for the GT410 Sport. German customers will have to part with at least 99,900 €, which represents a saving of 11,000 € in comparison. At the same time, Lotus is upgrading the standard equipment of the Evora GT410 Sport with a standard air conditioning system, Sparco sports seats and a premium infotainment system as well.
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