Lotus Evora GT430

The most powerful road-legal Lotus ever is about to hit the street. The Evora GT430 takes the already-lightweight Evora and does what Lotus has always done best — shave pounds and improve handling, along with a significant bump in power. A supercharged version of the 3.5 liter Toyota V6 produces 430 hp, while carbon fiber body panels and aluminum and titanium alloys bring weight down almost two pounds under the base Evora. 0-60 comes in 3.9 seconds, along with the unheard of feel and handling Lotus has been known for since their founding.

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