Youngman Lotus unveils new China-market compact saloon powered by a 105bhp, 1.5-litre petrol engine
Mark Tisshaw
22 April 2013

Youngman Lotus has unveiled a small saloon called the L3 at the Shanghai motor show.

The L3 – complete with an 'Engineered by Lotus' badge like all of Youngman Lotus's cars – is a 4310mm-long saloon aimed squarely at China's biggest market segment.

The model is powered by a 105bhp, 1.5-litre petrol engine with five-speed manual and four-speed automatic transmission options. Local prices for the L3 start from under £7000.

Also on Youngman's stand are larger L5 and L6 rakish saloons. These models have Audi-style 'Sportback' badges on them.

 

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22 April 2013

I don't remember seeing one of those 'can be recycled' logos on the back of the Proton Gen-2...

22 April 2013

Did Lotus sign-off the increase in ride height too?.....

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