Chinese-owned British sports carmaker Lotus has appointed multi-brand motor group Wearnes Automotive as its Singapore dealer. It is Lotus’s latest attempt at entering the Singapore market after its previous agent – Hong Kong-based Richburg – pulled out of the Republic last year after five years of holding the franchise. According to Land Transport Authority figures, only two Lotus cars were registered in 2018. Before Richburg, the Lotus agency was held by the listed Eurosports group. Neither had much success selling Lotus products, largely because of a limited and ageing model range, as well as uncompetitive pricing. Wearnes said it will undertake all sales, after-sales, marketing and branding activities for Lotus vehicles in Singapore. A new showroom and workshop will be located at 45 Leng Kee Road, as part of its newly developed eight-storey complex. Observers said Wearnes could have more success with Lotus on account of its strong financial position and its stable of varied brands, which puts it in a better position to weather changes in the market. They said Lotus is also in a better financial position as it is now owned by China’s Geely group, a major automotive player which also owns Swedish premium marque Volvo Cars…. Read full this story
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