By Steve Holland A Chinese company is selling cars that are like the ones that first made it to the U.S. as Chinese automakers began selling cars built in the 1950s and 1960s.
The cars, which feature a wide range of options and options that include a four-wheel-drive option, a V6 engine, a hybrid or electric drivetrain and a rear-wheel drive system, are priced at $7,000.
But they’re also a good bet to find a buyer for the $7 million they cost.
The new cars are built by an independent company called Lotus Automobile that has been in business for about four years.
It says it is now selling about 1,000 of them a month, with about 80 percent of them being sold to Asian buyers, according to its chief executive, Xu Jingliang.
Lotus is not the only Chinese carmaker to take on the American market.
The American Automobile Association reported in February that the industry had grown by about 3 percent last year to reach about $13.2 billion in sales.
Lotus says it has sold more than 1 million cars since it launched in 2015, and has a market share of about 5 percent in China.
The Chinese automakers, though, have their own advantages.
Chinese automakers have become increasingly interested in selling luxury products, and there is growing interest in luxury vehicles from other countries.
In China, there are more than a dozen carmakers that are building luxury cars and some of them are doing well.
General Motors, Audi, Daimler and Mercedes-Benz have all sold at least one luxury car.
Lotus has been gaining popularity with Asian buyers as well.
The company says that its sales have grown to about 30,000 vehicles a month since the beginning of 2017.
Its Chinese customers include Chinese tourists, Chinese students and Chinese businesspeople.
Lotus Automobiles was founded in 2016 and is based in Shenzhen.
It sells its cars in Chinese and Japanese markets.
It said it will sell some of its cars to Asian customers next year, but it did not provide any details about which Asian car brands.
The New York Times reported that the cars are made by Lotus Automotive, but there is no direct relationship between the companies.
Lotus does not release sales figures and did not respond to requests for comment.
It has not announced plans to buy back some of the cars it sold.