2019 Lotus Evora is a sports car produced by Lotus, a British car manufacturer. Developed under the project Eagle project, the car was launched as Evora on 22 July 2008 at the British Motor Motor Show. 2019 Evora S was launched in 2010 with a higher 3.5 liter V6. The Evora 400 model, face to face and more powerful, was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2015, followed by a more powerful variation, the Evora GT430 which was unveiled in 2017.
The Lotus Evora is based on the first complete vehicle platform from Lotus Cars since the introduction of the Lotus Elise. The intention was for the Evora to be the first vehicle to be built on the same platform, although, from 2018, this was still the only one.
2019 Evora is the first product of a five-year plan started in 2006 to expand Lotus line beyond its current highly specialized offerings, with the aim of making Evora a little more of a road car that would appeal to the mainstream. The interior is more to allow taller people to fit, such as Lotus CEO at the time, Mike Kimberley, and two people 6’5 “(195.6 cm). The cooling shoe behind the engine is big enough to set a set of golf clubs, although the Lotus Head of Planning, Russell Carr, denies that this is deliberate. Lotus intends Evora to compete with different market sectors including the Porsche 991.
2019 Lotus Evora Engine
The Evora has a 24-liter V6 valve fitted centrally, turned by Toyota. The Evora S uses the same engine but with a prisoner. Both versions are available with a 6-speed or automatic 6-speed manual with “Intelligent Precision Shift” by Aisin. The Evora has a drag coefficient Cd = 0.337. The Evora is constructed of lightweight bonded aluminum modular structure with composite body panels. It consists of an aluminum double aluminum invention created with high-performance Bilstein gas dampers and Eibach coaxial coil fountains. Steering is by steering hydraulic assisted power.
2019 Lotus Evora 400 Sport
The 400 Evora is a new variation that replaces the Evora and the Evora S. The “400” in the name refers to the riding rank of the vehicle. The improved engine output of 400 hp (298 kW; 406 PS) and 302 lb.ft (409 N⋅m) is the result of a co-developmental superhero developed by Edelbrock. The Evora has 400 new body kit schemes, which help generate an extra 23 kg (51 lb) loads. Acceleration is 0 – 60 mph (0–97 km / h) at 4.1 seconds, 0.5 seconds faster than the S. variation. The maximum speed is 186 mph (299 km / h).
At Geneva Motor Show 2016, Lotus revealed the Evora Sport 410, a slightly higher version of the 400. The Toyota V6-3.5 car derived from the car gives an additional 10 hp (7 kW; 10 PS), for a total of 410 hp (306 kW; 416 PS). The torque is also up, now 310 lb⋅ (420 N⋅m).
The design remains the same as it is only a variation of the Evora 400. The pressure is falling significantly and is now 1,325 kg (2,921 lb). Performance figures are getting faster, thanks to higher riders and lower pressure. 0–60 mph (0–97 km / h) is now 3.9 seconds, and the maximum speed is now 190 mph (306 km / h). However, if the IPS automatic transmission system is used, the maximum speed settles at 174 mph (280 km / h).
2019 Lotus Evora GT430
Lotus unveiled the most powerful variant of the Evora and in turn, the fastest legal Lotus ever made, the Evora GT430. It is part of a completely new range in the Evora family, called during performance. A Toyota-derived 3.5-liter V6 car sets a massive 430 (321 kW; 436 PS) thanks to Edelbrock supercharger and titanium exhaust system. The torque figures are also up compared to previous variations of 325 lb-ft (441 Nm) for hand-held cars and 332 lbft (450 Nm) for cars with automatic transmission due to launch control and changing ratios fast gear. This version is also the lightest and the suggestions on the scale at 1,258 kg (2,773 lb) for hand-held cars and 1,310 kg (2,888 lb) for automatic transfer cars.
2019 Lotus Evora Sports GT430
Later in 2017, Lotus unveiled another variant of the Evora GT430 called Evora GT430 sport. It contains a more aerodynamic body and removes the back wing of GT430 for smooth airflow and to reduce drag. This helps to increase the maximum speed to 196 mph (315 km / h) with the automatic version having a maximum speed of 174 mph (280 km / h) due to extra gearbox weight. The short version is also lighter than the regular version and suggests 1,300 kg (2,866 lb) scales for an automatic version and 1,248 kg (2,751 lb) for the manual version.