New 2016 Lotus Evora 400 Price, Release Date, Specs


Hold on to your socks, because the Lotus Evora is about to make its return to the U.S. market in 2016!

This model is reported to be the fastest and most powerful edition ever made, and is sure to get Supercar lovers excited coast to coast. Most of the major changes take place under the hood, as the British manufacturers have improved the brakes, gave the suspension an upgrade, and installed a new rear subframe and engine mounts.

2016 evora

The 2016 Evora body is also completely made of aluminum which has lowered its total weight by about 49 pounds. They’ve even added some significant alterations to the design and ergonomics, rounding out what they claim to be “a completely new car.”

2016 lotus evora 400 rear

2016 Lotus Evora 400 Price

While the actual pricing may not be set in stone yet, some U.S. estimated figures were announced in May of 2015.

The 2016 Evora from Lotus will cost about $89,900.

There are other options you can add to your purchase including:

● “Black Pack”(darker roof, sills, rear wing, and interior headliner)- $1,958
● Metallic paint Job- $1,410
● Lightweight wheels- $3,917
● Upgraded Leather Interior(Alcantara)- $3,917
● Colored Brake Calipers- $470

2016 lotus evora 400 interior

New Evora Release Date

Just as with the pricing figures above, it’s hard to give an exact date for the release of the new 2016 Evora at this time. But most people in the industry expect it to hit American shores sometime in December. This sounds about right, but pre-orders are being taken already at many dealers in United States.

2016 Lotus Evora 400 release date: late 2015/2016

2016 Lotus Evora 400 Engine And Specs

The 2016 Lotus Evora is powered by a V6 3.5-litre engine with a whopping 400 horsepower. The gearbox is an automatic with optional manual control available. Total weight is 3,119 pounds for the manual and 3,128 pounds for the automatic.

2016 lotus evora 400 engine

With all of that added power under the hood, the new 2016 Evora can go from 0 mph to 60 in 4.1 seconds!

The most probable rivals of the new Lotus are Porsche Cayman S, Audi R8, upcoming Acura NSX.

Also, the tax obligation should be relaxed a bit in several markets due to a decrease in Carbon Dioxide discharge from the exhaust. More information will be released later, but make no mistake, this is certainly a finely crafted and highly tuned vehicle.

2016 Lotus Evora Pictures

2016 Lotus Evora Review

From what I’ve learned so far, the 2016 Evora is ready to do battle with other supercars on the market. The performance and handling we’ve come to expect from Lotus is new and improved to make it even better. If you have a need for speed, this car will definitely catch your attention!

2016 evora

Top speed is claimed to be 186 mph, which has got to be at or near the top in its class. Suffice to say, when you purchase this type of car, you are stepping up to a higher level of driving experience.

Are you ready to step up in 2016?
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