Lotus convertible going to Geneva Motor Show image

The British based automaker Lotus has recently announced that a new convertible model will be officially presented to the public at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show in March.

After the mother brand Proton is going through some significant changes, being sold by the Malaysian government to DRB-Hicom, Lotus seems to move on and in an effort to ensure its bright future, a convertible model will make its official debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, which will open its gates in March.

“MAXIMUM Exposure….
…Lotus’ philosophy has always been ‘less is more’. Now, with a display of true fighting spirit, we’ll take this one step further in Geneva.
Who: Group Lotus
What: Something breezy, something loud, something ice-cold, and some other interesting elements
Where: Hall 2, Stand 2230
When: 11.15am (CET)
Why: Because we’ll blow the roof off…”, as the automaker is simply saying in the official press release.

Even if the new Lotus convertible has been officially announced for this year’s Geneva Motor Show, we actually don’t have any details on the model, and we don’t even know what it will look like or how fast it will be able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h. More info on the new Lotus car soon, when the model will be unveiled at Geneva during the press days.