Questions questions questions.
First off, congratulations on the ride as a ride and a business venture. I wish you great success.
Now I want to know about the Toniq. The way-back position seems like it would be super awkward. Though it must not be or cars like that wouldn't be so popular. So I'm hoping you can articulate what it's like for the rest of us.
Keep in mind, these questions are specific to the seat position. I know there are tons of other differences between a car like this and a normal street car. But IMO those differences are easier to imagine.
* If you come from a forward position like in the Elise, Boxster, etc, do you notice the difference of being so far behind the front wheels?
* Until you adjust to it, is this difference perceived as a negative in any way or just different?
* Whether positive, negative, or indifferent, is the difference hard or impossible to adjust to? eg, are you constantly aware that you're steering from way behind the front wheels?
PS: as you no doubt know already, I really admire your choice of Boxster for a daily driver. The 07 or later S model is particularly sexy!
PPS: Not having an AC does not distinguish the Toniq from an Elise. Not having an AC button or dial does but the lack of AC is something they both share.