The Evora 400 has only been in the states for a month or two (IIRC), and so far there are only IPS cars available. So it's too early to say how it's selling isn't it? I'm not sure how it's been selling world-wide since 2015.
Another concern potential buyers have re Lotus is whether they will be around in the future. I talked to a guy recently who ended up buying a 400 but was was under the impression that the company was nearly bankrupt.
05 Elise, ST, sports, touring, hardtop, Sector 111 gpan3, HnT pad, front and rear tow hooks, CG lock, DS brace, ORE double cup holder (caffeine for track); 86 911 Targa (sold); 68 MGB (future vintage racer)