I'm 6'3", 215. If I was 2 inches taller my head would be touching the roof for sure. It's impossible to have my arms straight out touching the steering wheel and lean back on the seat if that gives you an idea of the size. My right knee also comes into play when shifting/turning hard due to lack of room. But the drive makes up for its minor disadvantages. Go for it.Thinking of buying an Elise for a weekend/open track day car.
However, at 6' 3" 195lbs concerned about driving comfort.
Thoughts from the taller drivers, thanks.
Hahaha, same jacket size. I must be your slightly skinnier evil twin.6'2", 200 lbs, and 34 ' inseam, 42 long jacket (to expand on DRAGON's data set!) and quite comfy for hours on end. Rarely too close for everse, steering wheel and right hand, but as stated before whole thing is just too much fun to let little things like that be a hassle.
I strongly suggest you try one out for a test drive before you decide, bearing in mind that they are dangerous--once in, you never get out.
holy ****, you have to be tallest person to drive an elise. Also, it must be great to see you get out of the car and stand up *hint..video..hint*I am 6' 6", currently about 260 lbs (was about 280 - 285 when I bought it), have a 38" waist and about a 34/35" inseam.