Lotus has released the 2020 Lotus Evora GT, replacing the previous Evora 410 nameplate. Okay so it’s not really a “new” Lotus Evora, rather an iteration of the same car for a decade. That’s not to say it’s not good though. The Lotus Evora is one of the most technologically antiquated yet satisfying drivers’ cars on the market.
Lotus now offers many previously optional extras as standard, with a new front bumper to accentuate an already awesome silhouette. In its lightest form, it weighs just over 1400 kg and makes 416 HP from a 3.5 litre supercharged V6. The mid mounted engine configuration also means that the handling department is near perfect.
It starts at $96,950, but to achieve lightest possible weight with the optional carbon roof and panels, it will cost you a Golf GTI in options. Against competitors, the price does not make sense, but you can assume driving dynamics to be right there at the top.