The Evora GTE is a race car developed for the new global motorsport GTE category, which includes the Le Mans 24 Hours. To coincide with this new model, Lotus has built a limited number of GTE road cars representing the most powerful Lotus road cars ever built. Producing over 444 PS from the race developed Lotus Evora GTE engine, fed through a sequential AMT racing gearbox. Transferring this power to the road, are lightweight, forged alloy rims with centre lock hubs shod with Pirelli P-Zero Corsa tyres.
The Lotus Evora Enduro GT was added to the game during the Free to Play Update, which was the first full update to Asphalt 8: Airborne. The update, which made Asphalt 8: Airborne a free game after around three months of only premium ownership (for IOS and Android), also introduced the Renault CLIO R.S. 200 EDC, BMW M6, Ferrari F430, and Marussia B2. Windows 8 computers and phones were only able to install the game shortly after the Free to Play Update.
The Lotus Evora Enduro GT has a starting rank of 1136 (shared with the Chevrolet 2016 Camaro SS from Class A), a MAX rank of 1324 and a MAX + PRO rank of 1441 (shared with the Infiniti FX50 from Class C). The Lotus Evora Enduro GT receives +41 ranks from Tuning Kits.
Despite having an extremely low nitro efficiency of 10/15/20, and despite being a slight but straight downgrade to its mid Class C cousin, the Lotus Exige S Coupe (@1457), the Lotus Evora Enduro GT is actually pretty decent against other low-end Class B cars. The Evora Enduro has fairly quick acceleration, inherited from its Class C predecessor. However, it is unusual in that its raw top speed is very high while its nitro is very low. In fact, this would give it a small total top speed advantage against an equally-ranked Exige (which is hindered by a large nitro), however, the Evora Enduro's Tuning Kit is inferior and its final rank is slightly lower. The Evora Enduro's handling is very good, also inherited from the Exige. Apart from having a superior raw top speed, the Evora Enduro's only other advantage against the Exige is an extremely tight drifting radius, in contrast to the Exige's very wide drifting radius.
The Lotus Evora Enduro GT outruns the Bentley Continental GT V8 on short 1-lap tracks. The Evora Enduro's acceleration, handling, drifting, and raw top speed are superior. However, the Continental GT's total top speed and nitro efficiency are superior.
The Lotus Evora Enduro GT is commonly featured in special TLEs, alongside the Bentley Continental GT V8 and Ferrari 612 Scaglietti. The Scaglietti is the fastest car of the three by a small margin, but it's hindered by its poor acceleration and drifting. The Continental GT is the second fastest car by a small margin, but it's also hindered by its poor acceleration and drifting. Therefore, despite being the slowest, the Evora Enduro is actually better than both cars (or equal) on 1-lap tracks and in Tag Racing events, due to its excellent acceleration and drifting. However, the Evora Enduro needs an Extra Tank to keep up on several maps, due to its very poor nitro efficiency. The Scaglietti and Continental GT both have good nitro efficiencies (the Scaglietti more so).
The Lotus Evora Enduro GT costs 56,000 to purchase, 265,900 to MAX, and 218,670 to PRO. Unlike nearby cars, like the Bentley Continental GT V8, the Evora Enduro has five Pro Kit levels. Therefore, it also requires 8 Mid-Tech and 4 V6 Engine cards in its Pro Kits.