It could be just the wheel well gap, but it could also be that the entire body of the car is 10% smaller. The wheel gap would change little in the comparison, but if you can imagine the entire Elise as 10% bigger, it makes the comparison a bit different.Thomasio said:>"To be fair, the height is off by about 5 mm or 10%."
Ken - that could be as simple as the amount the car is lowered over its wheels (think "wheel well gap"). Can you repeat that check when comparing the lenth of each car? That should be more constant.
Accountant? Actuarian? You DO like accuracyKen said:Shoot, I just realized some confusion. When I said the height should be 5mm taller, that was in reference to the pictured height of 4.5cm. Not in reference to the actual height of the vehicle. For that, it's 4 inches. If the Elise in the first picture were real, it would be 41.1 inches tall, not the actual 45.7inches.