What is the difference between Lifestyle and Matallic colors? Other than $600 and color, of course!
Lotus expects to have the first cars here in May and they haven't even finalized the interior details of the car yet! They design great cars, but I don't believe that organization and administration are their strong suits.JonM3Coupe said:You know, it's funny: For something so easily doable -- i.e., providing dealers with real-world color samples, and posting best-possible color-matched samples on the official website -- Lotus is really letting the ball down. I can understand a lack of info on options in development (such as exhausts), but paint is paint, and we are talking about *existing* paints, right?
Oh well, I will simply try to find solace in the possibility that a manufacturer that can't provide helpful paint info might also be the exact kind of manufacturer that focuses on performance, performance, performance, and produces a baseline package that makes very few concessions to mass market concerns.