The Lotus Evora GT410 joins the brand's lineup.

Lotus Adds Lower Buck GT410 Trim To Evora Lineup

 Lotus is looking to lure more customers to the brand, rolling out a new version of their Evora GT410 Sport. Dropping the Sport portion from the name, this one is simply called the GT410. Costing some $3,900 less, they’re claiming ‘it delivers exceptional value for the money.’

Another boast is that the Evora GT410 will be a more useable every day car. To that end, it’ll come with Sparco sport seats, air conditioning, and a backup camera. There’s also a premium infotainment system and Apple CarPlay is now standard. Road and engine noise is also further blocked out, thanks to increased cabin sound insulation.

The cockpit is more everyday friendly, featuring more insulation. (Courtesy of Lotus)

Also new are integrated armrests and storage areas in the door panels to help make the cockpit more cozy. A slew of new exterior paint colors are available and include some historic Lotus hues.

Integrated armrests are new and welcomed. (Courtesy of Lotus)

Separating it from the more track-focused Sport, the GT140’s suspension has been tweaked to deliver a more pleasant ride. That’s further helped with Michelin Pilot Sport 4S all-weather tires while a new rear tailgate has a large glass section to help with rear visibility.

An updated tailgate features a large glass section to help with rear visibility. (Courtesy of Lotus)

Power remains the same, still coming from a supercharged V6 which produces 410 horsepower.

Lotus hasn’t announced availability but states the GT410 will cost $107,927 when it starts arriving in dealer showrooms.