Lotec is a German car brand headquartered in Kolbenmoor. It was founded in 1962 by Kurt Lotterschmid. Since its founding Lotec engaged in the development, optimization and conversion of automobiles
In 1962, the founding of the company by Kurt Schmid Lotter master craftsman. 1965, the number of employees three. In 1969, the racing car was taken, it achieved the vehicles six victories in Formula V. 1971 began the construction of a two-seater racing car, and 1975 body conversions for Porsche cars ( GRP model and mold ). The number of employees grew to 8.
1979 and 1980 respectively Lotec was the overall winner of the Inter- Series with our own design. Followed in 1983, winning the German Racing Championship C2 with a self-construction. In the same year the foundation of the LOTEC GmbH, and body tags for Mercedes -Benz vehicles ( GRP model and mold, FRP custom made ) was recorded.
1984, the company developed a proprietary manufacturing process for Mercedes -SEC- hoods and made complete LOTEC race cars to order. A LOTEC Group C sports car wins the Japanese sports car championship. The number of employees rose to 12 in 1985 was followed by the development of turbocharged engines for Mercedes vehicles with TÜV.
1988 began the division of LOTEC group into two separate companies with 16 employees. 1990 saw the development of the road sports car C1000 and turbo engines for Ferrari cars. In 1991 the development and production of the Ambassadeur luxury sedan as well as a separate vehicle on Ferrari base added in collaboration with the designer Luigi Colani Testa D' Oro. This set a new world record for KAT- vehicles on the Salt Lake in Utah ( USA) 342 km / h 1992 began planning and initial drafts of the prototype Sirius, which went into production in 1999. 2000 was the completion of the LOTEC Sirius.
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- Founded in 1962