Lotus boss leaves, as the new owner, Geely promotes from within

Boss Lotus has left the sports car maker after less than a year after he was acquired by Chinese auto giant Geely.

Jean-Marc gales was taken to the Norfolk company established in 2014, which should return everything to normal after an ambitious plan of expansion under former chief marketing boss of Ferrari, Dany Bahar failed.

The entry from Peugeot-the owner of the company Groupe PSA, Mr. gales was charged less costs and ending years of losses at the Lotus while increasing sales.

In September last year, the company Geely, which owns Volvo, electric black cab company LEVC, proton, and link and Co. took a controlling stake in Lotus and appointed several of its key managers in the company.

One of them was Feng Qing Feng.

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