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Lotus to invest £500 million to build Esprit, Eterne, Elite & Elan. 1900 new jobs

Mon, 31 Oct 2011

The new Lotus Esprit Dany Bahar – Lotus boss – revealed plans at last year’s Paris Motor Show to turn Lotus in to an East Anglian Aston Martin. Those plans included one car we knew about – the new Lotus Esprit – and a number we didn’t – the Lotus Eterne, Lotus Elite, Lotus Elan and a new Lotus Elite. But the plans seemed to be nothing more than a wish list, and although it was intimated that Lotus owners Proton were going to provide a war chest of £770 million to fund the development, that later appeared to be an intent to provide Lotus with funds to develop a new range of cars, rather than an actual commitment.

Junction auto-brake for next Volvo XC90

Tue, 22 Jul 2014

THE NEXT Volvo XC90 will be able to brake itself if its driver attempts to pull out in front of an oncoming car, as one of two world-first safety innovations. This auto-brake technology detects whether an approaching car is technically on a collision course and will hit the stoppers to prevent a possible accident. However, there is no mention of an increased risk of rear-end collisions where drivers following the XC90 might also accelerate, not expecting the Volvo to stop suddenly.

Ford Focus ST and estate facelift

Wed, 05 Dec 2007

By Ben Pulman Motor Shows 05 December 2007 17:00 A new fast Ford? Not quite. This is a hot Focus, but it’s only a facelifted version of the current ST.