Where and what did you read about it? I thought you opted out of the LSS anyhow?Derek said:From what I've been reading Lotus went cheap on the US car's LSS. I would imagine the Euro car's LSS will be the better version.
If so this may be the one I will fit to my car.
I thought by now it was common knowledge that the US car is getting the cheaper LSS. That is the very reason why I opted out of LSS. I intend to add it later and I want something that gives me more options. The US version is high adjustable via shims and has no dampening adjustment.shinoo said:Where and what did you read about it? I thought you opted out of the LSS anyhow?
I would be suprised if the quality of the components was any different. The tuning may be different though. Still, with such low volume, I would be suprised if they had 2 different LSS tuned packages. But I have been wrong many times before...
There have been a lot of LSS post:Seems like the Federal Elise 'LSS' option is different from the one we get here in europe as the one here does have threaded shock bodies to vary the ride height (but no other adjustment though..)
Might explain why it's so much cheaper (it's more around $5000 here) than here in europe.
Guilty as charged. I guess it’s not LSS after allatyclb said:nobody from Lotus ever claimed we were getting the LSS anyway.
It's always been known as the Sports Pack. Folks here seem to have equated the two as soon as the packages were announced.