For those lucky enough to have owned/driven both, how would the Evora GT make out as a daily driver? I know the suspension is lighter and stiffer, would it still work as a daily?
Also, ride height is already as low as I would want on the 400, GT is lower still.I have a GT and I drive it daily. It handles the daily task very well.
But I think 400 may fit daily driving better. Because the cutout A panel(behind front wheel ) on GT causes the side of the car always dirty. And the cup2 wears out quite fast.
If you are not tracking the car, you won't notice a difference between the two.I like stiff feel the road cars so I doubt then I would be put off by the Bihlstein change (appears there might not be, although brochure online describes different suspension between 400 and GT writeup) or the 5mm drop.
I usually like the best, that is why I am debating waiting to find a GT. Based on what I hear though, perhaps the 400 is pretty close to the GT in daily driving? (I won't be tracking the car ever)
I’m with this one. I drove the cross country from Boston to California and then from California up to Vancouver Canada and then back down to California with the Evora GT. I have about 7000 miles on it since picking it up six months ago, despite a few other cars and only driving it on long road trips and weekend fun drives.Also quite relaxing on a thousand mile trip! Forget daily! Lond distance comfort is the ultimate bogey. It is so telepathic, it takes VERY LITTLE effort to drive so you never arrive tired. My RR requires more effort,.......big girl, wind......Evora just requires a finger on the wheel