Eterne one of five new models Lotus planned as part of now-scrapped product program.
Troubled British sports-car maker Lotus needs to secure £100 million ($155 million) in funding by early next year if it is to remain afloat, a Malaysian newspaper is reporting. The Business Times quotes DRB-Hicom Managing Director Khamil Jamil as saying Lotus needs the money by next March. Lotus is owned by Malaysian car company Proton, which in turn is owned by DRB-Hicom. Proton already has sent £100 million to Lotus this year after several banks cut their credit lines ...
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