By on September 14, 2018

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In its quest to gain a loftier status among the sporty, well-to-do set, Lotus Cars spent the year poaching talent from other British automakers. China’s Geely, which holds a majority stake in the automaker, is expected to loosen the purse strings in pursuit of new models and a greater premium market share, but the human side of the operation needs to be in place before that occurs.

While former Bentley and Aston Martin execs have already hopped on board, the automaker now has a former top Jaguar Land Rover official in the big office, ready to put plans into action. He’s also no stranger to SUVs — a segment Lotus wants a piece of. (Read More…)

Recent Comments

  • FreedMike: Yep, that was my thought too.
  • 28-Cars-Later: Unless October was somehow stellar, no it has not been. As of September it was on pace for 25K units...
  • FreedMike: Precisely, except no one knows what a Chrysler looks like because the brand’s been withering for the...
  • mopar4wd: Looking closely Pretty sure this is a Citroen C4 or C5 with some changed sheet metal (mostly in the back)
  • 28-Cars-Later: That won’t be happening unless a significant amount of people are being phased out too.

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