Lotus Prepping a New Car for Geneva

by SpeedLux

The 2015 Geneva Motor Show is just around the corner and just like some of the global scale automakers out there, Lotus has also made a new official announcement. The British automaker that is currently owned by the Malaysian automaker, Proton, has officially stated that it plans to offer customers with a new vehicle model, which it claims to be exciting, at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show event.

Details are still scarce until now. Yet, the company has been kind enough to confirm that the new and exciting Lotus model will have some of its elements left intact. These elements include the driving purity of the vehicle, the performance and the vehicle’s core pillars of lightness. Lotus claims that all these elements can be acquired within a package that will be most desirable.

Well, sadly, that is really not too much of information. However, there have been numerous reports out there which indicate that the automaker in question is actually planning to offer a facelifted version of its Evora vehicle model in the upcoming aforementioned auto expo. The Evora facelift is believed to be coming with weight reduction kits, engine upgrade and also a new visual design. So, is it actually the Evora that Lotus is talking about? That has yet to be found out.

In addition to confirming the imminent arrival of its new vehicle model in the 2015 Geneva Motor Show event, Lotus has also made clear that it has increased the number of dealerships it has by 25 units. It also claims that in the global scale, the company is now seeing an increase in sales by a margin of 54%. Jean-Marc Gales, CEO Lotus, claims that the company’s dealer expansion and sales strategy are working as expected and that this can only mean that customers now more confident in Lotus cars than before.

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