Lotus Evora Sport 410 is unique and pays homage to the James Bond Lotus Esprit S1
Lotus Evora Sport 410 is the limited edition of 150 units of Evora Sport launched in October last year, which incorporates 10 more horsepower and reduces its weight by 70 kilos from the normal model.
Precisely a unit of that model has been chosen to pay tribute to a mythical car like was the Lotus Esprit S1 , the car that used James Bond in The Spy who loved me, a movie that this year turns 40 years. And what better way to pay tribute than making an Evora Sport 410 almost the same as the S1.
Thus we find a combination of colors black and white on the front and rear bumper in which the black predominates against the white of the rest of the body. The carbon fiber back diffuser helps in that sought-after contrast.
The black profile that runs along the outline of the car or the word Evora on what should be the B-pillar with the same typography that was used in the Spirit are to blame for the similarities between the modern model and the old one.
A movie interior
But perhaps it is the interior where the Evora Sport 410 stands out more, since the sports seats with structure in carbon fiber are now upholstered in tartan in the central area and skin on the sides.
The tartan is also used in the panels of the doors, while the dashboard is lined in Alcantara with the seams in red color, matching with the upholstery.
Powered by Lotus Exclusive, otherwise this Evora Sport 410 remaining unchanged maintains the technical characteristics. The 3.5-liter six-cylinder engine develops 410 horsepower and 420 Nm of torque at 3,500 RPM. Thanks to its reduced weight of only 1,280 kilos, it makes 0 to 100 km / h in 3.9 seconds.