With its lightweight chassis of bonded aluminum, supple suspension, and mid-engine layout, there’s nothing ordinary about the 2019 Evora 400.
A supercharged 3.5-liter V-6 cranks out 400 hp; a six-speed manual is standard and a paddle-shifted six-speed automatic is optional.Lotus Evora 400
Handling is lively, steering is light yet responsive, and the brakes excellent; acceleration, however, doesn’t feel as strong as we would expect 400 hp to be.
Not a big surprise, considering the price and rarity of this offbeat British performance car.Lotus Evora 400
Manufactured by Toyota, the Evora's supercharged 3.5-liter V-6 produces a healthy 400 horsepower and generates 302 pound-feet of torque. Lotus Evora 400
Some purists might be put off by the engine's Toyota lineage, but we consider it a posit ive. Lotus Evora 400
Lotus Evora 400 Evora buyers can choose either a six-speed manual gearbox, or six-speed paddle-shift automatic. Given the hardcore nature of this car
Lotus Evora 400 EPA fuel-economy testing and reporting procedures have changed over time. For the latest numbers on current and older vehicles
Lotus Evora 400 Although the Evora's cabin comes fairly well appointed with touches like heated leather-trimmed seats, attractive metal accents, power adjustments
and push-button start, this is not a car you’d want to drive every day—or choose for even a medium-distance road trip.Lotus Evora 400
Meanwhile, the tiny trunk behind the engine bay is laughably snug, and there’s virtually no interior storage. Lotus Evora 400
The front seats hold you firmly in place, though the padding is thin and you’ll feel every bump and jostle in the road. Lotus Evora 400
Like the rest of the interior, the Evora's infotainment system provides a bare minimum of convenience and connectivity.
But the system looks like an afterthought in the driver-focused interior.But the system looks like an afterthought in the driver-focused interior Lotus Evora 400
Lotus Evora 400 But we doubt Evora owners will spend much time worrying about infotainment menus anyhow.But we doubt Evora owners will spend much time worrying about infotainment menus anyhow.