Lotus is going to come back in the black in two years.
Lotus has confirmed creation of a crossover offering.
Lotus is going to celebrate its 20th anniversary of the Elise and present an outstanding edition with a number of upgrades.
After its reveal last month, the Lotus Evora 400 was officially presented this week at the 85th Motor Show in Geneva.
Lotus is working on revamping the Evora sportive vehicle, moreover, convertible and crossover versions are in their plan.
The customers will have an opportunity to have their Lotuses delivered in the United Kingdom.
The chief of the Lotus has a suggestion to preserve the company that will produce almost twice the quantity of Lotus vehicles being implemented here every year.
The Evora will be extracted from market in the U.S. for 2015, though Lotus will turn the model back on the market in 2016.
The issue is finally settled for Lotus which filed a claim against its previous CEO without a court hearing.
As if a regular Lotus Esprit crossing the auction stage isn’t so extraordinary, this one is definitely unique after taking part in the James Bond 007 movie The Spy Who Loved Me.
Frankly speaking, the majority of us are impatiently waiting the release of the next generation of Lotus cars. But until the British brand releases the new range, we’ll have to settle for the fresh Exige S Roadster. Or rather we won’t, since it won’t even reach American land.