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The Lotus Evora 410 Sport is a spectacularly well-rounded sports car. featuring truly analog feel with modern luxury, and lightweight construction and the accompanying dynamics, without sacrifice. It makes 410 horsepower from its supercharged Toyota 3.5L V6, which it puts through a crisp 6-speed manual shifter and limited-slip differential. There are no fancy adjustable shocks, or computerized gearboxes, or even power seats, and yet the Lotus is not only engaging on every level as a sports car, but also easy to live with in the city every day.
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The Evora is the flagship model from British carmaker Lotus, and one of the newest evolutions is called the GT430.
The GT430 is the most powerful iteration of the Evora yet, and clearly the most track-focused version ever built, given it makes up to 250kg of downforce thanks to a massive carbon-fibre rear wing that would look more at home on a Le Mans racer than a street-legal road car. (And now there’s the GT430 Sport, too…)
With a top speed of 315km/h and able to go from 0-100km/h in 3.8 seconds via a six-speed manual transmission (exclusively) it’s also the fastest Evora ever, which is why we’ve come to Phillip Island raceway to try it out.
Best of all, it’s light – as we’ve come to expect from Lotus – at just under 1300kg or nearly 200kg less than a Golf R. And just like the hardcore Porsches like the GT3 RS, the Lotus wears Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyres – nice and fat on the rear, too, at 295/30 – so this is going to be fun.
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We enjoyed the Lotus Evora S and looked for time in the new 400. While in Germany for our “Pilgrimage” trip we had the chance to drive one. With only about 20 minutes to drive and shoot, we put together this Fast Blast to share our first impressions.
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The Lotus Evora might not be on your sports car shopping list, but it probably should be. Here’s why the Lotus Evora is better than you think.
Take the Evora S supercharged V6, change the suspension and go chase the Porsche GT3. This is the best street/track car Lotus has ever built. Let’s just hope it isn’t too little too late.
Lotus has put a few flaws back into the Evora, and made it astoundingly fast in the process. Radical SR1 championship-winning James Taylor puts the new 410bhp sports car through its paces to find out what it’s like.
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The 2015 Lotus Elise S Club Racer is currently the fastest and most powerful Elise you can buy in Australia, and it’s purpose built for the track, which is where we’re heading today… we’ve just go to get through the city first.
The Lotus Elise is famous for its agility and supercar-rivalling performance. Unfortunately, it’s also notoriously difficult to get in to.
Now, you’ve got to swing one leg in first, then your bum, then your other leg. Let’s see how this goes… Well that wasn’t too bad actually.
Inside, well, ‘basic’ is putting it lightly (pardon the pun). There’s lots of hard, scratchy plastic surfaces, a four-speaker Alpine stereo, there’s no glove box and there’s not really an ideal place to put your phone.
There is a plastic cut-out and a cargo net behind the seats but frankly, there’s not a lot going on in here. But it’s a Lotus, and that’s kind of the whole point.
On the driver’s right-hand side sitting right next to their knee, the key still sits in an ignition barrel, even though now, there’s an engine start button.
First launched back in 1996, the Lotus Elise has long been respected as a brilliant bit of kit – on track that is. On the road, things are less positive.
It’s stiff, bumpy and very loud in here. Vision out isn’t great and it feels properly small on the road – even city cars feel like SUVs when you’re driving this thing.
The seat is hard and mostly uncomfortable and the only thing heavier than the clutch is the unassisted steering, particularly at low speeds. I just hope we have a bit more fun on the track…
Oh thank god, we are here.
Now, rather than putting a big engine into a heavy chassis, the clever Brits at Lotus have always followed the ideology of ‘adding lightness’. That means back here, there’s a 1.8-litre four-cylinder Toyota engine. Supercharged for good measure, it puts out 162kW and 250Nm. There’s also room back there for 112 litres of storage space.
All that power gets sent straight to the rear wheels via a ‘proper’ six-speed manual transmission.
Now, let’s get out there…
Now, the Lotus Elise has always been a pommy kit car offering supercar performance for less than supercar coin. And while $84,990 is still a fair amount of buck, it is hard to argue with this sort of bang.
The little Lotus will do 0-100km/h in 4.6 seconds and pretty much anything else you ask it to do.
It is so sharp and so responsive. The engine’s punchy and picks up. You can hear the supercharger doing its thing in the back as well.
There’s loads of grip, but its still got enough power that you can just have a little bit of fun, get a little bit of angle if you want it, which is always a good thing.
It’s not shy of a top speed but those brakes are nice and solid underfoot. And it just sits so flat through the corners. It is an absolute blast this thing.
The Lotus Elise S Club Racer is not the ideal car for families – it doesn’t have fold-down rear seats. Well, it doesn’t have rear seats at all. It’s not the most comfortable or practical thing either. But out here on track, it is in its element, and little of that stuff matters.
If everyday track-day excitement is what you’re after, then frankly, there are few cars better.
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