Lotus knew it from the beginning... they bolted the hood and only hard core lotus owners can figure how to open the trunk ha ha
Being keyless entry, the whole idea is to be able leave the fob in your pocket - where I could see it very susceptible to randomly pressing buttons like you said. A quick google shows that the button must be pressed twice to work, so this lessens the chance of an accidental press but is far from completely eliminating it.Button on the fob
Wonder where the fob is
console, pocket, keychain
My truck loves to beep in the driveway when i hit the panic button in my pocket walking around the house
Would seem like a good idea to disable fob inputs when the car is moving
My friend has a C8. There is a button on the fob. When you hit the button the hood pops open maybe an inch and catches on a latch. There is a warning light in the car and warning beeping. He thinks folks are accidentally hitting it and then taking off while blasting the radio so they don't hear the beeping and not noticing the light. I guess the safety latch can't hold once they get going to fast. They are just so excited driving it that they are oblivious - lol.Could be an issue with people accidentally bumping buttons before taking off, I don't know where the button in the interior is or if it's on the fob, or if people are just really bad at closing it.