How do you like it? As compared to more expensive covers?
Then get one that's soft on the inside...I don't have much details here (no brand info). I'm going from memory from the one showed to me by a friend. Indoor, 4 layer construction, claims to be breathable, soft. Inside layer is not fleece soft, but it seems scratches would not be a problem if the car is kept clean. Material is tan in color, and top layer is perforated. It's got a "pleather" type appearance with some "hand". I will be using it indoors only.
Two main purposes for purchasing: 1) attract less attention when my garage is open, 2) prevent me or my wife from chipping paint when moving around in the garage (tools are kept out there, and I use the other space for doing maintenance on my old POS cars.)
For reference, I am of modest budget and do want want to spend a lot of money on assessories. I will be tracking this car from time to time. Appearance is secondary. I want to do what I can to keep the car looking nice, but I'm not going to lose sleep over it. I want to enjoy the car, not toil over every scratch.
I'm starting to think now I want to wait and see how often wash it first. I'm pretty sure I want to cover it over the winter months though.
Definitely!get the genuine lotus car covers.they fit like a glove.
Go to the website.
Decide if you want a thicker cover that also protects against dings (STORMWEAVE),
or a thinner rain cover that fit's tighter and lasts longer (like SUPERWEAVE).
Call these people.
Tell them the car you have and they will make it for you custom.
They are flat out amazing covers.