How the Production of Lotus Was Resumed

October 29, 2012 at 03:09

We are aware that our readers are also very concerned with the fate of the Lotus brand and their company under the supervision of the mother concern, which specializes on the sports cars. That is why now we want to give our fans a small introduction into the situation, which was in Lotus at the time when the whole merger took place. This would give us the better understanding of the way Lotus does its business right now and why the rumors are going on about the other purchase of the brand.

Photo of Lotus production line

Photo of Lotus production line

Lotus Company has long time ago seen better days, and after its owner-Concern was bought by the Proton Holding DRB-Hicom British brand altogether was on the verge of collapse, if to be honest with our readers. Now it appeared that Lotus sports car assembly line was able to resume its operations later that same spring month. This was a great news for the fans, but also for the great generation of workers, which were loyal to the Lotus brand.

Picture of historic Lotus Esprit Manufacture

Picture of historic Lotus Esprit Manufacture

It is reported that the company was planning to collect as much as 44 cars per week when it restarted its operations. In addition, the development of a new generation model of Lotus Esprit resumed at that time. Publication Autocar said that although the new model will not appear until the British present at least three of modified versions of existing cars to the “Festival of Speed” at Goodwood Festival of Speed, as they did.

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