Lotus Sues Former CEO Dany Bahar for Allegedly Renting Properties, Taking Helicopter Trips and More

When Dany Bahar left Ferrari in 2009 to become Lotus’ new CEO, he knew his main task would be to turn the cash-burning British sports car maker, which at the time was owned by Proton, around.

It took him one year to show the world how he would do it: by launching five new models, including a new Esprit, by 2015 and returning Lotus to profitability by 2014.

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