Or mail several sets of paint sample disc to every lotus dealer ( yesterday) so that people with deposits can see the colors in person, if they are somewhat close to their local dealer.
Whoa! So no longer using a two clam system? Does this mean less expensive clutch replacement costs? I know that $5-10k job scares away a lot of potential buyers...
Clam removal isn't the majority of the cost; it's the engine+trans pull/r&r. But having separate panels that can be removed vs a clam would at least make it much more manageable for a single individual to do the work, and lessen the need for 4 hands.Whoa! So no longer using a two clam system? Does this mean less expensive clutch replacement costs? I know that $5-10k job scares away a lot of potential buyers...
Yes that looks about right, and to me it has too much blue in it. Compare that one on the left, to this one on the right from HoK which was the one I thought came the closest to the configurator. You can see how much warmer and more of a British Racing Green the one on the right is, compared to the one on the left.
I tried downloading the video but could not, it's the emira group on Facebook I got it from. figured since some folks wouldn't want to join another group just to see some samples I'd screenshot it. Video quality isn't very good though, highly compressed.
Wow, I think you picked this one spot on! It has a gold shimmer to it which is quite classy!
I dunno... I'm not a silver fan in the least just because it does seem to be a common sedan color, but for some reason, I think it may work on the Emira. With all the shaper lines countered by softer curves, silver could really give it that liquid metal look.Wow, I think you picked this one spot on! It has a gold shimmer to it which is quite classy!
Hard to tell whether this colour will work well on the Emira though. My sense is that this is more of a formal and conservative colour better suited to a saloon or tourer, but who really knows until we see one in the flesh.