Usually sports cars are the reasons why ambulances are on the road, but not in the United Arab Emirates.
The British marque is deeply rooted in racing and building performance cars. Lately, it has become known that Lotus has been losing money for many years, so the company may not be around too much longer.
Lotus CEO Jean-Marc Gales has a plan to save the company that will see nearly twice the number of Lotus cars being sold here each year.
Lotus is pulling the Evora from the U.S. market for 2015, but sales won’t be halted forever. In fact, the company plans to be back for 2016.
There’s more bad news from Lotus.
Lotus says it is on track to sell 2,000 cars this year and plans to continue scaling its business up by growing its dealer network and offering more variants of its current product portfolio. in the next nine months.
Hundreds Lotus employees may be out of a job in the near future.
Lotus just announced that it has completed testing of the a street-legal but track-focused Elise S Cup.
Lotus has been caught honing its next model at the Nürburgring.
Lotus has unveiled yet another special edition Exige model.
Lotus and former CEO Dany Bahar are no longer preparing to lock horns in London’s High Court.
Long in the wake of former Dany Bahar’s controversial dismissal as the English sports car manufacturer’s chief executive, owner Proton is naming a new CEO.
Titanium, it’s both light and strong… and pretty expensive. But the benefits may out-“weight” the tradeoffs for Lotus, as the premium sports-car builder is exploring the dusty silver-hued metal for use in its vehicles.
Love is in the air; either that or exhaust fumes mixed with a whiff of burnt transmission fluid. Yes, it’s Valentine’s Day and people around the world are hugging, kissing and handing out heart-shaped boxes of chocolate. But how boring is that? This holiday is a bigger cliché than every Disney princess movie combined and…
The recovery process for Lotus has begun as the automaker has started cutting costs and expanding sales.
While the road car development seems to have temporarily stalled out at Lotus, the British automaker continues to develop new track-focused machines, the latest being the Elise S Cup R.
It’s that time of year again; time for extended families to cram together around an all-too-small table, eat themselves into a food coma, argue over football and be told by countless relatives how they should be living their lives. Yup, it is time to give thanks.
Lotus has received nearly $17 million in the form of a government grant, money that will be used for research and development, helping create over 300 new jobs.
The most exciting car in the Lotus lineup isn’t available in America. Or at least it’s not available if you plan to drive it on the street.
Lotus has announced its latest addition to the automaker’s racing portfolio, the Lotus Elise S Cup R.
Lotus has issued out a recall for its 2011 Evora sports car for faulty oil lines.
With rumors of a future for Lotus swirling, the company will live on as its new owner DRB-Hicom has signed off on a three-year plan to fund the British sports car maker.
As if a standard Lotus Esprit crossing the auction block isn’t rare enough, this one is a definite one-of-a-kind after starring in the James Bond 007 flick The Spy Who Loved Me.
Lotus is getting into the world of two-wheel motorsports, announcing today that the brand will be producing a new motorcycle called the Lotus C-01.
Lotus LMP2 drove during yesterday’s practice session at Le Mans despite a legal battle that threatened the team’s chances of having functional cars.