Yup and the Ferrari 246GTS Dino is the only other car that handles like a "Lotus", what should be said, is an "F-1 car".Yeah. It's a McLaren. I had a chance to drive one of those bad boys on a track last year. The handling is as close to a Lotus as anything I have ever driven, so he won't be disappointed.
Congrats to the OP!
I was really commenting on the silly implementation. Folding mirrors are only useful when they actually retract. This one seems like it just rotates the mirror housing a full 90 degrees, so I don't see the point of it other than for vanity use.They fold automatic when you click the lock button on ur key
Sigh...the Lotus that built those 7 F1 Constructor Championships has little to do with the Lotus road car builder of today. The last Lotus F1 title was likely before you were born. Renault? Look up the R5. A monster driver car. Mercedes having never built a 'drivers' car. You ARE kidding, right? Ever heard of AMG? No? How about the 300 SL Gull Wing? Or the modern Gull Wing?Yup and the Ferrari 246GTS Dino is the only other car that handles like a "Lotus", what should be said, is an "F-1 car".
But that should not be surprising, those are the only car manufactures that have multiple F-1 titles that build "sports cars". I don't count Renault or Mercedes... they have never built "driver's" cars.