Lotus Cars is an iconic British producer of sports and racing cars. The first Lotus car was born in 1948 and in June 2017, Lotus Cars became majority owned by Zhejiang Geely Holding Group.
The original founder of Lotus, Colin Chapman, believed that lightness was key to the development of great sports cars. This tradition lives on today with large amounts of power tucked into tiny packages, allowing for total driver command and control of the open road or the race track.
Lotus Engineering, a subsidiary of Lotus Cars, has helped to develop some of the most iconic and famed cars to ever be produced. Lotus engineering has facilities across the world, including in America, Europe and China.
The world’s first pure electric British hypercar, Evija is the first new product launched by Lotus after joining Zhejiang Geely Holding Group. It represents Lotus’s innovative capabilities, engineering heritage, and new design language.