A few minutes ago, Lotus confirmed the arrival of a new series of sports models coming in the next few years.
New investment in manufacturing is part of the strategy Vision80 of Lotus, which will also see the regrouping of two Lotus subassembly facilities in a plant located in Norwich.
Lotus has launched an image that hints at the new generation of products that will follow in the footsteps of the Elise, the Exige and the Evora, which entered their final year of production in 2021.
He Lotus elise was introduced in 1995, revolutionizing the industry with its pioneering use of extruded and bonded aluminum, high-tech composites, and expertise in lightweight car construction.
Using the Elise’s technology, the DemandsReleased in 2000, it quickly became the epitome of the ‘race car for the road’.
He EvoraIntroduced in 2008, it returned Lotus to the lucrative supercar industry as a versatile road car that was more driver-focused than its younger siblings.
Future cars to be released by Lotus are being further developed to ensure that all-important DNA is preserved.
The Elise, Exige and Evora have contributed enormously to the Lotus business over the years, and when the last of these models roll off the assembly line, will have sold around 55,000 units together.
We will be attentive to the news from Lotus …