Lotus Unveiled Its Most Powerful Road-Going Model Ever – the Evora GT430

Lotus Evora GT430 is a class apart from its competitors: it’s fitted with hand-crafted carbon-fibre components to endow this fully homologated Evora with a level of precision engineering and design unseen before. The vehicle is powered by a new development of the 3.5-litre V6 supercharged and charge cooled engine producing 430 hp, and benefitting from a significant hike in downforce. 0-60mph is dispatched in just 3.7 seconds and the car’s top speed is 190 mph (305 km/h). Lotus will produce only 60 editions of this supreme Evora.

With new and specifically designed body panels, featuring exposed carbon weave sections, front and rear, the Lotus GT430 generates up to 250 kg of downforce through advanced aerodynamics. Larger front apertures, a new carbon fibre splitter, air blades and louvers positioned on top of each front wheel arch clearly illustrate the supercar credentials of the Evora GT430 when viewed head on. The car is equipped with high-gloss, visible carbon fibre components throughout, including a new front splitter, front access panel, roof panel and full width rear wing. Also at the rear is a beautifully detailed, one-piece carbon tailgate, incorporating a louvered section which, together with composite quarter panels, affords the car an unmistakable profile.

Lotus Unveiled Its Most Powerful Road-Going Model Ever – the Evora GT430To tame the increased downforce and power, mechanical grip is provided by 10 mm wider Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyres, with 245/35 R19 at the front and 295/30 R20 at the rear, on one inch wider 10.5J rear wheels. Ultra-lightweight forged aluminium wheels are standard, in either black or silver, with optional finishes available in gloss red or a gloss black machined rim design.

Lotus Unveiled Its Most Powerful Road-Going Model Ever – the Evora GT430The car’s exquisitely crafted cabin is refined with visible-weave, handmade components as standard. These include Lotus’ beautifully detailed carbon race seats, new carbon door sills and a new lightweight carbon instrument binnacle cover with a new design of graphic on the instrument panel. Newly-designed carbon-backed Sparco seats with a unique trim design can also be ordered, whilst customers looking for a more race focused cabin can specify an optional driver and passenger four-point harnesses and titanium rear frame. The steering wheel, dashboard, door panels, transmission tunnel and centre console are all trimmed in a combination of black Alcantara and perforated leather.

Lotus Unveiled Its Most Powerful Road-Going Model Ever – the Evora GT430The new, fully homologated, Lotus Evora GT430 is available in two seater configuration only and can be ordered now. A version of the Evora GT430 for the North American market will follow in spring 2018.

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