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LOTUS promised “captures” a novelty for the Geneva Motor Show

LOTUS promised "captures" a novelty for the Geneva Motor Show

LOTUS promised "captures" a novelty for the Geneva Motor Show

British sports car manufacturer Lotus has announced substantial growth in sales in the last 9 months. At the same time, in a press release the company referred to the presentation of “exciting” sports car at the Geneva Motor Show.

Lotus to be congratulated on those company has finally started to get out of the crisis. The negative effects of the previous leadership began to disappear, the range is improved, sales are growing and expanding dealer network. In 2014, the British had sold 54% more vehicles, with a total circulation amounted to 1565 units. Demand has increased everywhere, especially in Europe, China and Japan. The dealer network has expanded to 25 showrooms to 163 pieces, and for the current year should see another 50 new ones.

Media interest, however, has caused even the fact that Lotus begins to find its feet, but the promise to present at the Geneva Motor Show March intriguing novelty. The press release says that the new car will remain faithful to the key principles of “ease, sports and handling”, which will be implemented the most attractive way. Then, in an official statement said the new Elise S Cup, a new version of the sports car, which is also homologated for participation in motorsport events and can be used on the roads.

Therefore, it is unclear whether in Geneva presents a new version of the Lotus Elise, or a completely different model. Previously available information that Lotus plans to create on the basis of Evora convertible and crossover. Also in the lineup of the brand is a model Exige, which could also be upgraded. Lotus brand new models in the near future plans.

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