Lotus reveals GT concept which will serve as the basis for all GT2/GTE racers. The Evora Enduro will debut at the 24hr Nürburgring race in June.
The Lotus Evora Enduro GT Concept has debuted in Geneva, based on the Evora GT4 Endurance racer.
The Enduro was developed by Lotus Motorsport under the tutelage of head designer Nicola Scimeca and will be the basis from which all GT2/GTE homologated FIA-spec racers will be made. The new racer will make its debut in June at the 24hr Nürburgring ADAC race in Germany.
Lotus did not release any specs related to the car.
The previous Lotus Evora Type 124 Endurance race car featured a Toyota-sourced 4.0 liter V6 with an output of 395 bhp (295 kW / 400 PS) mated to a six-speed Cima sequential gearbox. It weighed in at just under 1200 kg/2646 lbs.
The aptly-named Enduro will also race at the Spa 24hr race in Belgium in late July and at the 24hr Silverstone race in October.
Lotus also plans to enter the Enduro in the endurance races in Dubai and Daytona in 2012.