The "bootie" might fit but it will not "sit" right.
Google "Lotus Elise Trunk", and look at the Images, the back of the trunk (the side against the engine bay) on all the older models that back wall are basically vertical except for a slight bow out on the right side (passenger side). Look at the the same back wall on your 2011, the whole back wall "bows" out so the bootie will fit but it will not sit right if you catch my meaning.
Years ago, my dealership had one so I asked if I could see how it fits and it didn't fit well(or at least, I didn't like it), so I didn't buy it.
Haven't seen a hydraulic trunk lift yet that will fit the 2011s.
The oil line was done by the dealer and poorly done and was re-sorted by my "engineer" (I won't call him a mechanic).
The toe links is your call, talk to a couple mechanics and then make your decision.
Thanks for sharing the "relay" fix, that's absolutely the information we want to share for the 2011s!
As pointed out earlier, we would be better suited to explore the European contingent for some better information.
AMOE did a nice job showing the difference between the Federal models to the European model engines but since there were some slight changes to the 2011 model, the question arises "Was there a change done to the ECU?" among other things.........
I hope I've been able to help you a bit.
It's a fantastic car and one of my most enjoyable pursuits.
6) Thanks for the heads up; however, Section111 just confirmed with me that the bootie will fit.
As for the hydraulic trunk lift, there is one from GRP. I will confirm with them whether it fits or not.
GRP Hydraulic Trunk Lid Strut Kit ? GRP
just confirmed, it doesn't fit :/