Gold FFM Popular Post C8RKH Posted June 8, 2017 Gold FFM Popular Post Report Share Posted June 8, 2017 I think the issue is if you've recently shelled out on a 400 you will likely not appreciate fully the subtle advances of the 410 so will be in danger of not seeing the value. After all, your newish 400 is the best Evora.... I had the same problem believe it or not with the S1 to 400 move. I just could not see and still don't how the 400 was worth more than 2x my S1 NA. Take away the fact the 400 was a new car, there was just not enough of a difference for ME. I'm attracted to the 410 as even though it is more expensive the car looks more focused and sharper, to ME. I am yearning for a 410 ( though 430/450bhp for the same money as a 410 and I'd be in one already!) because it is not a 400. All joking apart, when I am in MY mid engined sports car, MY toy, I don't want to see little seats in the rear view mirror. I like the thought of squeezing my lardy arse into the carbon bucket seats. Ideally I'd like a harness too. For me, when settling into a 410 I'd feel like Jim Clark or Fittipaldi ( obviously without the talent and skill). I can feel myself smiling now at the thought of it. Me, the 410, the bareness of it. The rising expectation as I reach for the starter button. Knowing how my current Evora makes me feel I know tge 410 woukd be worth it. I can't properly explain it, but the 410 excites me. Stirs me. Etc. The 400 is a great car. I am not dissing it. But with it's creature comforts and buttons and gadgets it just feels like a mass produced, excellent sports car. It is what most Audi RS and Porsche owners want. Not every Porsche owner wants an RS or GT3. They WANT the mainstream plush well equipped experience. The 400 delivers that in spades. Sorry if this is not helping. My current Evora delights me. The 410 excites me. It is not a rational state but it is how I feel or react when I see them. Thanks. 5 Quote I came into this world screaming and covered in someone elses blood. I'll probably leave it in the same way. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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