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After a long, cold winter, it’s nice to see the sun again. But luxury auto enthusiasts have been looking forward to the return of warm weather for a completely different reason: the Lotus Evora Sport 410, which will begin shipping this summer.
To honor those first shipments, the company has released a new Lotus Evora 410 GP, with a limited-edition black-and-gold color scheme, aping the colors the company raced on the F1 circuit between 1973-86. Just five GP will be built in circulation.
The Evora Sport 410 is 132 lbs. lighter than the Evora 400, and is powered by a supercharged, 3.5-liter six-cylinder engine. That helps it overtake the 400 as the quickest model in the company’s history, managing a maximum speed of 190 mph and 0-60 in just 3.9 seconds (the 400 hit 186 and clocked 0-60 in 4.1 seconds).
The run of Lotus Evora Sport 410’s is limited to just 150 worldwide, and the car will retail for $104,200, before taxes. The GP edition will set customers back a little more, coming in at $110,000.
Watch a teaser video for the Lotus Evora Sport below.