20160324202623-ac55c85f_resize The anticipated Lotus Evora 400 has debut in the Middle East, with the opening of a brand new Lotus dealership in Kuwait. The exciting new Lotus Kuwait facility, close to the SIRBB race circuit, is the result of a partnership between Lotus Cars Middle East, the distributor for Lotus cars in the region, and Alghanim Motors, offering new and existing customers the opportunity to experience the famous brand first hand.

Alongside the Evora 400, Lotus brought forth the Exige as one of the showroom’s main exhibits. As one of the latest showrooms in the Lotus Cars Middle East portfolio, Lotus Kuwait is a key part of the plans to expand the Lotus brand across the region by developing both existing and new markets. Currently, Lotus Cars Middle East has dealerships in the United Arab Emirates and Lebanon, with further market and showroom launches planned in the near future.

The exhilarating Lotus Evora 400 and Exige

With a power to weight ratio of over 300 hp / ton, the Lotus Exige is regarded by many as the fastest real-world, point-to-point supercar. Reaching 100 km/h in 3.8 seconds, the Lotus Exige perfectly demonstrates the Lotus design philosophy of ‘lighter and faster’ and sets the benchmark for performance and handling both on road and on track.

The Lotus Evora 400 has already received praise and accolades from customers and media in Europe and Asia and has reaffirmed Lotus as the maker of some of the finest, lightweight, pure and most efficient sports cars sold today. Already on sale in Europe and Asia, and soon to enter to the North American market, the Lotus Evora 400 has already generated great excitement worldwide.


The new Lotus Kuwait dealership was officiated by Aslam Farikullah, Chief Operating Officer of Group Lotus plc, Samir Kasem, Chief Operating Officer of Alghanim Industries and His Excellency Matthew Lodge, British Ambassador to the State of Kuwait. The showroom ribbon cutting ceremony included esteemed guests, media members and senior management from both businesses.

The Lotus Evora 400 and the Exige have both been extensively and rigorously tested in the Middle East specifically for the particular extreme climate demands of the region.

Edited: Lotus