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Lotus Technology Officially Listed on Nasdaq

Lotus on Nasdaq

Lotus Technology Inc. (“Lotus Tech” or the “Company”) has marked the opening bell at the Nasdaq stock exchange in New York City to celebrate

Lotus Technology Inc. (“Lotus Tech” or the “Company”) has rang the opening bell at the Nasdaq stock exchange in New York City to celebrate its public listing. The Company’s American depositary shares (“ADSs”) commenced trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market LLC (“Nasdaq”) under the ticker symbol “LOT” following the successful completion of its business combination on February 22, 2024, with L Catterton Asia Acquisition Corp (“LCAA”), a special purpose acquisition company (“SPAC”) established by affiliates of L Catterton, a leading global consumer-focused investment firm.

Lotus Tech CEO Feng Qingfeng was joined by members of the Lotus Tech and L Catterton teams in New York City to witness this important milestone, which will help Lotus Tech to further its mission of becoming an advanced, fully electric, intelligent, and sustainable luxury mobility provider under the brand’s Vision80 strategy.

“This is an exciting moment for all of us at Lotus Technology,” said Mr. Feng. “I would like to extend my appreciation to our shareholders, partners, suppliers, our outstanding employees, and most importantly, our customers, for their support. We are proud to carry Lotus’s heritage into the future, and to open a new chapter in the Lotus story with our public listing today.”

Chinta Bhagat, Co-Chief Executive Officer of LCAA said: “We believe that Lotus Tech is ideally positioned to seize the tremendous opportunity in the fast-growing and underserved luxury EV market, leveraging our global consumer insights and strategic relationship with LVMH. Today’s public listing is a significant step in the company’s future expansion and we are looking forward to our continued collaboration with Lotus Tech’s talented management team.”

The Nasdaq listing will support Lotus Tech’s development of next generation automobility technologies and the expected expansion of its global distribution network from around 200 to over 300 stores globally by 2025.

Set to become the first traditional luxury auto brand to achieve a 100% electric product portfolio by 2027, the Company has launched a well-balanced portfolio of exceptionally performant models, including the Eletre hyper-SUV and Emeya hyper-GT, and plans to launch two additional luxury battery electric vehicles (BEV) over the next two years.

The bell-ringing ceremony was broadcast on Nasdaq’s digital billboards in Times Square and livestreamed online, with Lotus Tech employees joining the celebration remotely from offices across the world. The brand’s signature BEV models, Evija, Eletre and Emeya were also displayed in Times Square in front of the Nasdaq stock exchange.


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