The company also brought with them to the prestigious event at the Saatchi Gallery two of its high performance, hand-built sports cars, the new Lotus Evora 400 along with the Lotus Exige Club Racer.
Jean-Marc Gales, CEO of Lotus, said: “We are delighted to be an official partner to SalonQP this year and to take the opportunity to showcase two of our handbuilt sports cars to an audience appreciative of fine design.
“Every car that comes out of our Norfolk Headquarters is built to order and bespoke to each customer’s requirements. Whether it is the hand-spray painted lightweight body or the craftsmen and women who stitch together high quality Scottish leather for the interior, each stage of the manufacturing process is a perfect example of passion and commitment.”
Accompanying the Evora 400 and the Exige Club Racer were a selection of photographic artwork showing some of the hand built details of the Lotus manufacturing process.
Salon QP 2015 ran from November 12 – 14.