Luxury British car manufacturer Lotus unveils its newest version of the Evora sports car with this latest addition called the GT430.

Also noted as the most powerful road-legal and sleek Lotus ever made, the Evora GT430 flaunts a unique bodywork and aero agenda with full carbon front and rear bumpers, front splitter, front access panel, roof and rear wing. The tailgate also incorporates a louvered section that is matched by composite quarter panels.

Boasting a supercharged 3.5-liter V6 engine that gallops 430 horsepower, the vehicle hits 0-60mph in 3.7 seconds while topping at a max speed of 190mph. A titanium exhaust comes standard, as well as a Torsen limited-slip differential and a six-speed manual gearbox with a low-inertia, single-mass flywheel to enable faster gear changes.

The new Evora GT430 is also lighter, weighing in at 1,258kg, which is 26kg less from the already light Evora Sport 410, as it incorporates lightweight Eibach springs with tires that are 10mm wider.

Lotus will be building 60 units of the two-seater vehicle only and a US-spec version of the GT430 will arrive by Spring 2018.

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