Lotus plans for two new sports cars by 2020, the first models announced since the U.K. automaker was bought by China's Zhejiang Geely last year.
Lotus also has started work on its first SUV, CEO Jean-Marc Gales told Automotive News Europe. He said the SUV would arrive one to two years after the sports cars.
Lotus hasn't launched a car since the Evora went into production in 2009.
Gales declined to provide many details about the models but said one of the sports cars would replace a current member of Lotus' range.
Lotus builds the entry-level Elise, the track-focused Exige and the Evora, a rival for the Porsche 911. It also makes the 3-11, a roofless track car with supercar levels of performance.