Powering the Evora Enduro GT is a 4.0-litre V6 Cosworth dry-sump race engine derived from the VVT-i 2GR-FE. In this it delivers 328kW of power at 7000rpm. It also offers 460Nm of torque which is sure to help hurl the lightweight to and from corners. A sequential six-speed then hooks up the power to the rear wheels.
Other race-ready features include a sinted dual-plate clutch, Ohlins shock absorbers, coaxial coil springs and uni-ball wishbone joints for optimum adjustability. There's also six-piston race brake calipers on the front, and four-piston calipers on the rear, these clamp two-piece discs with 22mm race pads. Racing wheels complete the package and offer centre-hub spindles catering for quick changes at the track.
The Lotus Evora Enduro GT race car comes with an FIA-approved fuel system, roll cage, HANS-compliant passenger seat with six-point harness and a HANS-compliant carbon fibre driver's seat with a matching harness system. To top off the race-car character of the Evora Enduro GT, it also comes with an air-jack system which lifts the car off the ground at the touch of a button.
Thanks to the addition of lightweight components and panels, such as carbon fibre doors, Lotus says the entire vehicle weighs in at just 1160kg. This is sure to be a cracker of a car out on the race track, look out for it in upcoming race events.