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Lotus Evora 400
Overview
TypeSports Car
ManufacturerLotus Cars
Model years2015-Present
AssemblyHethel, Norfolk, England
Body and chassis
ClassSports Car
Body style2-door Coupe
LayoutRear-Mid Engine, Rear Wheel Drive
Powertrain
EngineV6 3,500cc Supercharged
TransmissionManual
Dimensions
Length4,394mm
Width1,972mm
Height1,223mm
Curb weight1,395 Kg

The Lotus Evora 400 is a sports car (2+2) produced by Lotus. This model replaces its predecessors Evora and Evora S (produced from 2010 to 2015). The name "Evora 400" references the new Horsepower output of the car, thus being 400 (Hp). Offered with manual transmission, it was presented with multiple new improvements of the car, some of there are: An increase of Horsepower, from 350 of the older models to 400 Hp as mentioned earlier. Also 302 Lb⋅Ft - (410 N⋅m) thanks to the V6 3.5 produced by the japanese manofacturer Toyota. Though, the Evora 400 counts with a Supercharger and an Intercooler feeding the engine. This model from the Evora family, displays a body kit redesign that improved aerodinamics, producing 23 kg extra of downforce. It has an export exhaust mounted on with a selector mode in the interior, and a rear wing splitted into the new body. Lotus also made a new desing for the interior, improving the dashboard, screen, and center console. The wheel set offered is different, adding forged wheels as an option. The Evora 400 final weight is 1395 Kg (3,175 lb) with a 0-100 Km/h (0-60 Mph) of 4,1 Seconds and a top speed of 300 Km/h (186 Mph). It Follows the filosophy of the "E" started names of the comany, as the Elise and the Exige.

Specifications Lotus Evora 400
Engine V6, 24v, Supercharged
Displacement 3,500cc
Horsepower 400 Hp at 7000 Rpm
Torque 302 Lb⋅Ft at 3500 Rpm (410 N⋅m)
Transmission 6-Speed Manual Transmission
Layout Rear-Mid, Rear Wheel Drive, Transverse
Acceleration 0-100 Km/h (0-60 Mph) of 4,1 Seconds
Top Speed 300 Km/h (186 Mph)

References[edit]

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