Afra Motor Unveils Lotus Sports Cars
Afra Motor Unveils Lotus Sports Cars

Afra Motor Unveils Lotus Sports Cars

Afra Motor Unveils Lotus Sports Cars

Afra Motor, an Iranian auto importing firm, has unveiled two models of the British handmade Lotus sports cars in Iran.  According to local automotive website Carnet.ir, the two models were the Lotus Elise S and Elise 220 Cup, the basic models of which were priced at 3.6 billion rials ($105 million) and 3.9 billion rials ($113 million) respectively.  This was, however, not the first time Iran welcomed the Lotus brand. Last September, another local company named ILIA Motor, set up a Lotus showroom on Tehran’s Shariati Street taking preorders for the Elise S and Elsie 220 Cup models.  Established in 2008, Afra Motor is best known for importing and selling Volvo passenger cars in Iran.

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