"Simplify, then add lightness." This was the mantra of legendary Lotus founder Colin Chapman, whose innovations are still seen in top-level motorsport and production cars to this day. The Lotus Evora GT is the latest embodiment of this ethos, improving on the outgoing Evora 400 and Sport 410. The Evora GT uses a mid-mounted 3.5-liter Toyota V6 that's also found in the Camry and some Lexus models, except with one key difference — Lotus bolts on a Roots-type supercharger and new camshafts to make 416 horsepower. A real six-speed manual with custom gear ratios or a paddle-shift automatic is available, good for 0-60 sprints in 3.8 seconds and a top speed of 188 MPH. Carbon fiber panels, a bonded aluminum monocoque, and forged aluminum wheels provide the weight savings, and on the inside is a refreshingly analog dashboard — although the requisite infotainment screen is there for the climate control and stereo. The Evora dates to 2010, but the evolutionary improvements make the 2020 Evora GT the best in the series.