2020 Lotus Evora
The 2020 Lotus Evora GT is the lightweight sports car that has special features by the British model of the American automaker. The 2020 Evora GT actually replaces the previous 400 monikers, but the latest mid-sized Lotus has modest features. Lotus Evora 2020 GT is available as both a 2 + 0 or 2 + 2, with the choice of either a 6-speed automatic transmission or an automatic paddle-switch, many options allow you to specify your vehicle for improved GT comfort or high-speed focus.
The race suspension package is also available, from your local dealer, which has Öhlins TTX 2-Way Adjustable Dampers, which convert the car for hard-to-use. The optional brake discs of the ‘J’ dresser enhance the original brake response and pad slip.
2020 Lotus Evora Interior
Inside, 2020 Evora includes well-trimmed sports seats, carbon topped steel trim and carbon fiber sill trims. The steering wheels, dashboard, door panels, transmission tunnel, and center area are all designed with Alcantara® black faces and integrated leather, complemented by a unique twin color. An integrated system of touch 7-screen infotainment with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth® functionality, satellite navigation, and a reverse camera also come standard.
The Evora GT can hold between two to four people, depending on which configuration. The cupboard is covered in faux suede and features standard Sparco race seats. The design of the dashboard is not worn, but it mixes visual and fancier variants such as the 7.0-inch crash screen that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capabilities. While the cockpit puts the driver first – as with all real sports cars – the interior of the Evora can be customized with Lotus’s special edition. This allows owners to choose their favorite paint colors and special leather upholstery.
2020 Lotus Evora Engine
Every Evora GT features a supercharged V-6 supercharged generating 416 horsepower and between 317 and 332 lb-ft of torque. That last number is generated when the engine pairs six-speed automatic transmission, and the first is associated with a six-speed manual. All that power is put into the rear wheels, with the manual gearbox adding a smooth contrast for improved balance. Although we did not drive the 2020 Evora GT, we did get behind the wheel of the 2017 Evora 400. The most recent version is light and fast, with a weight reduction of 3104 pounds and a top speed of 188 mph. Lotus also offers the GT with additional reductions and standard carbon-fiber body panels. Similarly, performance buffs can cut extra weight according to the Carbon Pack option. The 2020 Evora GT features 19-inch wheels on the front and 20s back wrapped with high-end Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires.
2020 Lotus Evora Safety
2020 Lotus Evora’s safety has never been tested by an independent body for Euro NCAP safety but given the car’s solid aluminum construction and larger size than Elise, it should provide just the right amount of protection against friction. Driver and passenger airbags are two-seat, pre-powered seats, ABS and an active and stable control system are all standard. Putting the 2020 Lotus Evora into ‘Sport mode can reduce the influence of the navigation controls while track enthusiasts can turn it off completely if they wish.