The revival of Lotus sports cars continues, and this time, evidence has been captured extraction around a race track. A prototype of the Lotus Evora GT2, largely based on the concept Evora GT Enduro saw on the show this year at Geneva Auto Show, was seen hanging around to warm up. On the basis of the appearance almost finished this race car, Lotus hope to competition this summer.
Having recently returned to Formula 1 in cooperation with the French automaker Renault, the iconic British sports car company has continued to release ambitious plans for the future. At the Paris Motor Show last time, Lotus had a booth filled with all the new models expected to reach production within two or three years. First shown at the fair this year the Geneva Motor Show, the GT concept Enduro Evora has provided an indication for Lotus plans “when sports car racing.
In Geneva, the Lotus Evora said the Enduro is a GT version of “advanced” business model GT4 Evora resistance. Power for the Evora GT4 comes across an original Toyota, naturally aspirated 345-hp 4.0-liter V-6 engine transversely mounted behind the cab and connected to a gearbox 6-speed sequential. According to Lotus, the Evora GT Enduro concept hit the power to 440 horsepower, while cutting around £ 66 from GT4 curb weight (2557 pounds versus 2623).
However, weight loss diet is subject to change as the race car is developed. Judging by these photos, the prototype is still missing a few finishing touches, especially backwards. The big rear wing can be modified, or even higher, according to the regulations and the race track.
Lotus Motorsport, said the intention to participate in endurance races of 24 hours this year in places like the Nurburgring, Spa and Silverstone. next calendar year career includes 24 hours of Daytona and Dubai. If you want to drive, there’s good news. WG Evora will be available to the public in general, though pricing has not yet been announced.
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