The Malaysian company Proton, which owns Lotus, might sell the English brand to a large automotive group.
The British manufacturer is about to separate from its owners, Malaysians from Proton who plan to sell it to an auto group with greater economic power.
No official announcement has been made yet but discussions are ongoing and GM would be the manufacturer in the best position to make the recovery of the small British company.
Lotus sells 2,700 cars annually, managing so far to reach any target set.
Dany Bahar proves to be a good choice for the Hethel manufacturer, as an ardent supporter of the directions towards which the range heads.