New Lotus Evora GT410 launched with focus on road comfort

The new Lotus Evora GT410 comes with more kit and comfort features

Lotus has broadened the Evora line-up with the release of a new version of its sports car, called GT410. 

Priced at £82,900, the new Lotus Evora GT410 undercuts the GT410 Sport by £3,000 yet comes with added standard kit and convenience features.

The British firm says the new GT410 puts greater focus on driving comfort to become a more useable ‘everyday’ car. To that end as standard it comes fitted with Sparco sports seats, air conditioning, a reversing camera system, sat-nav, Apple CarPlay and a DAB radio for the first time.

The interior door cards have also been redesigned and now feature integrated armrests and larger stowage bins.

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Lotus has also added greater sound deadening for improved refinement at higher cruising speeds, and a larger glass section in the tailgate for improve rear visibility. 

Mechanical tweaks amount to revised damper rates compared with the GT410 Sport. It rides on 19-inch alloy wheels at the front and 20-inch wheels at the back, which come wrapped in sticky Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tyres. It remains powered by the same 3.5-litre V6 supercharged engine that develops 410bhp.

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