Look drives and smells brand new this 2017 Lotus Evora 400 with
dealer installed track-pack get all the supercars feel and fun with
a fraction of the cost. one of the best buys on the market today.
loaded with all the factory options.
Evora / 2017 BUYER'S GUIDE
2017 LOTUS EVORA
Select a Different Model (2 available): 400 2+2 Coupe
16 CITY/24 HWY
400 @ 7000
302 @ 3500
2017 LOTUS EVORA MODEL OVERVIEW
Light, nimble, mid-engine Lotus handling
400-hp supercar-ish performance
Exclusivity-only 400 coming to U.S.
YOU WON'T LIKE
Fiddly infotainment system
Tiny back seat (it's deletable)
Peculiar two-handed engine-starting procedure
New for 2017
The last street-legal Lotus vehicles sold on our shores were 2014
Evoras. The 2017 Lotus Evora 400 looks like a refresh of that car,
but in fact two-thirds of its parts are brand new, and they improve
the car greatly.
The Lotus Evora tops a range of mostly smaller, lighter one- or
two-seat roadsters and coupes that are available elsewhere in the
world for road use, but which can only be sold here as un-licensed
race cars. This is the civilized, carpeted, air-conditioned, Lotus,
and it is also one of the few 2+2-seat mid-engine cars available
The big news for the 2017 Lotus Evora is the 400-horsepower rating,
which arrives courtesy of a brand new Edelbrock Roots-type
supercharger that increases boost from 2.9 psi to 8.7 psi and (more
important) adds an air-to-water intercooler circuit. Together these
upgrades help cram about 40 percent more air into the Toyota-based
3.5-liter V-6, and this adds up to a 55-hp, 7-lb-ft increase in
output relative to the outgoing supercharged Evora S. The manual
transmission gets a Torsen limited-slip differential and a cooler
to ensure reliable track performance. Tailoring the handling
dynamics to suit the new powertrain called for revised springs,
dampers, and static geometry, and wider rear tires (285/30R20 up
from 275/30R20). A switch from Pirelli to Michelin Pilot Super
Sports further improves chassis grip. Arresting that extra power
are AP Racing brake discs that grow from 13.8 to 14.6 inches in
front, and from 13.1 to 13.8 inches in back. Both are 1.3-inch wide
vented and perforated "composite" units (aluminum centers with
steel friction surfaces) that are nearly as light as carbon-ceramic
discs but way less costly to purchase and maintain.
Please call us at 941-355-1955 for a detailed description or to
book an appointment to view. We can finance this car up to 72
months and we ship world wide door to door.