Popular Post Stubox Posted May 30, 2017 Popular Post Report Share Posted May 30, 2017 From its release it seemed obvious to me that the 410 is the more driver focused variant of the Evora series, certainly driving the 2 back to back when the demo arrived at B n C cemented that in my mind they served 2 different purposes. The 400 being a nice GT car with the similar marginal rear seats as a 911. While the 410 is only marginally faster on the same track you'll need to appreciate that 'only' 1.5 secs is still considerable and chasing faster lap times is a diminishing return unless you can make a monster leap in power, grip or aero. Also this leaves room for 'Cup' type car if they think thats the direction an Evora should go. You of course could turn a 400 into a 410 with weight saving, geo ,seats and tyres, and if you've a 400 already why not. But if you've not then the 410 offers a turnkey sharper 400 set up from which to then modify further if you so wish. But ultimately I , like Michael mentions earlier, preferred the 'feel' of the 410, and that to me is as important as 50 more horsepower or 3 second lap improvement. 7 Quote Black n gold Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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