Lotus decided that it had to do whatever it takes to be on the map. According to Lotus CEO Dany Bahar, they decided to reveal a new Lotus Seven. This model is the perfect combination between pleasure and profitability.
Actually, this idea was almost present in our minds and a lot of rumors have been wondering around, but we never really thought it will transform into reality. Bahar declared that he saw recently some pictures representing possible designs for the future model. He also said he liked them and that they look very realistic.
As a matter of fact, this new Seven would fit just perfectly in the Lotus's new range. The car would be the final element capable of offering something new for every type of speed enthusiast.
Now, we can only wait and see if the carmaker really decides to build this new Seven.
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