Yes, the fit and finish on the Evora is lightyears ahead of the Elise/Exige, which wasn't bad, but yeah, it ain't Japanese or German, that's for sure.Would you expect anything less... err more ? lol
C'mon these workers are robot substitutes.. mind numbing work does not exactly instill in workers the passion that one might think of when the term "hand-built" mentioned. It's the biggest lie. "Hand-built quality" does not equal bespoke. It really means "inconsistent" quality.
But I think Lotus has realized this isn't acceptable with the Evora.. At they price they demanded for such a car, owners such as myself won't tolerate poor quality and I think as a result Lotus has upped the fit and finish of their newer models considerably.
Being British, and knowing how they view self defense, especially the use of deadly force in self defense, they put that piece in there for you to slit your wrist so you wouldn't be a bother to the criminals who are victimizing you.I was wondering if Lotus as an anti-theft procedure purposefully sharpened the edge right in front of the alarm module to cause thiefs trying to disarm the system to slit their wrist.