We haven’t heard about the Lotus Evora 400 Coupe for quite some time, but the carmaker has recently released some important news of an improved model in Europe, concerning its body styling and structure.
Europeans customers will have the chance of buying the model with the new Carbon Pack and some fine other highlights. The pack is going to be available from 9,000 euro in Germany and 6,500 pounds in the United Kingdom. Later on, the pack will be available for the United States market at 10,000 dollars.
The current Lotus Evora 400 weighs 3,075 pounds, but with the new pack, it will weigh just 2,983 pounds, which is 11 pounds less, enough to make it more agile.
The pack comes with some important bits from the Sport 410, including a new front splitter and roof, center parts of the rear wing and rear diffuser, adding custom mirror caps, front access panel and so on.
In case you want more goodies, then you can also choose the titanium exhaust system, available at 7,000 euro or 5,500 pounds, along with the new lithium-ion battery, this one adding another 1,890 euro or 1,350 pounds.
As far as the engine goes, the 2016 Lotus Evora 400 with Carbon Fiber Pack will keep the stock 3.5-liter V6 supercharged engine, delivering an impressive 400 horsepower, hooked to a standard gear or optional six-speed automatic with paddle-shifters. The sprint from 0 to 100 km/h is done in 4.1 seconds, at a topping of 186 mph.
In case you want more performance, then a limited-slip differential is also available with the standard manual transmission.