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Lotus CEO quits Norfolk performance car company

Norfolk-based car maker Lotus has announced that Jean-Marc Gales, its Chief Executive Officer, is standing down.

He's being replaced by Feng Qingfeng from the car firm's parent company Geely Auto Group.

Jean-Marc Gales, who the company says is leaving "for personal reasons", will become Chief Strategic Advisor to the Lotus Chairman, Daniel Donghui LI.

Geely acquired a majority holding in Lotus, which is based at Hethel near Norwich, last year. The company also owns Volvo Cars, Proton and the London Electric Vehicle Company.

Feng Qingfeng, the new CEO of Lotus Credit: Lotus
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