Lotus Evora GT410 Sport vs Lotus Exige Sport 350

Compare Specifications of Evora GT410 Sport and Exige Sport 350

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Lotus Evora GT410 Sport
Lotus Evora GT410 Sport

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Lotus Exige Sport 350
Lotus Exige Sport 350

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Technical Specifications
Engine Displacement 3456.00 cc 3456.00 cc
Maximum Power 416 Ps 350 Ps @ 7000 Rpm
Maximum Torque 420 Nm 400 Nm @ 4500 Rpm
Transmission 6-speed Manual 6-speed Manual
Gear Shift Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5-6 1-N-2-3-4-5-6
Top Speed -- 273 kmph
Tyres
Front 235/35 R19 Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 Tyres
Lotus Designed, Ultra-lightweight, forged Aluminium Wheels in Silver or matt Black
Michelin Pilot Sport 4 205/45 ZR17
Rear 285/30 R20 Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 Tyres
Lotus Designed, Ultra-lightweight, forged Aluminium Wheels in Silver or matt Black
Michelin Pilot Sport 4 265/35 ZR18
Wheel / RIM Spoke Alloy Gloss Black Cast Alloy Wheels
Brakes
Front 370mm x 32mm Servo assisted 2-piece cross-drilled ventilated brake discs with AP Racing four piston calipers AP Racing Four-piston Calipers
Rear 350mm x 32mm Servo assisted 2-piece cross-drilled ventilated brake discs with AP Racing four piston calipers AP Racing Four-piston Calipers
Suspension
Front -- Eibach Coaxial Coil Springs
Rear -- Eibach Coaxial Coil Springs
Colors Available
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Physical Specs
Length 4394 mm 4084 mm
Width 1972 mm 1802 mm
Height 1223 mm 1129 mm
Kerb Weight 1361 1125
Fuel Tank Capacity 55 litres 43.5 litres
Overview
Features - The steering wheel
- Door panels
- Transmission tunnel
- Centre console and instrument binnacle are all trimmed in black Alcantara
- Integrated 7 touch-screen infotainment system
- AppleCarPlay and Android Auto, Bluetooth functionality
- Satellite navigation
- Reversing camera
- Front access panel
- Roof panel and a one-piece louvered tailgate with integrated spoiler
- Anti lock braking
- Air Conditioning
- Dual front airbags
- Hydraulic Brake assist (HBA)
- Racing Sports Seats
- Push Button start
- Daytime running lights
- Headlights on warning
- Tyre reapir kit
- Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD)
- Cornering Brake Control(CBC)
- Driver Selectable ESP Modes-Drive/Sport/Race
- Side door impact beams

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