New Lotus Evora GT4

Coming soon to Park's Lotus.

Recently announced, the Lotus Evora GT4 Concept builds on the brand’s lightweight engineering expertise to deliver a race car that channels the iconic Lotus racing spirit.

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Performance Max Power
• 450HP at 7,000 rpm (456 PS)

Max Torque
• 376lbft from 4,000 (510 Nm)

Max Speed
• 170 mph (274 km/h)

Weight
• 1,200kg
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Engine and tramsission • 3.5-litre V6, 24-valve, water-cooled, all aluminium, charge-cooled engine with Harrop supercharger and dry sump system

• Sequential 6-speed motorsport transmission, with semi-dry sump, force feed lubrication and external cooler, coupled to Numatics paddle shift system and Torsen type limited slip differential

• AP Racing Cerametallic twin plate clutch
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Chassis and body • Motorsport ECU

• Lotus-tuned, two-way adjustable dampers

• Anodised, lightweight aluminium, extruded, epoxy bonded and riveted high-stiffness chassis

• Race-derived, two-piece grooved & ventilated, float-in-the-bell brake discs
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The GT4 Concept will take the inherent advantages of the Evora platform into battle against the world’s fastest GT race cars. Built for those with a hunger for race track adrenaline, the GT4 complies with GT4 race regulations, meaning you can compete in races such as the European or British GT4 series or even take part in Lotus’s own Lotus Cup.

The GT4 screams sporty from every angle. The carbon fibre front bumper has been adapted to feature removable canards and brake cooling vents, whilst the four-vein diffuser and large ducts at the rear enhance downforce and aerodynamic efficiency. Weight is further saved with the plexiglass side windows, carbon fibre boot lid and 12-spoke ultra-lightweight forged aluminium wheels.

Built in line with motorsport regulations, inside you’ll find driver safety features such as an eight-point roll cage, a six-point race harness, quick release steering wheel, an emergency engine kill switch and a fire extinguisher. The GT4 incorporates hybrid body panels with carbon fibre, sports winglets on either side of the nose and fully functional inlets in the lower bumper.

The 1200kg model’s 3.5-litre petrol V6 charge-cooled engine with Harrop supercharger and dry sump system has been tuned to produce 444bhp and 376lb ft at 4000rpm, resulting in a power-to-weight ratio of 370bhp per tonne and a claimed top speed of 170mph.

Conquer the track in style with the Lotus Evora GT4.

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