Less is Better
Old thread, but I just bought a Quickjack. They offer a crossbar solution that is designed for exactly the purpose of non-parallel lift points. You only need one cross bar, theoretically. You can line the Quickjack up with the front lift points and used the extension in the rear. I am still on the fence on deciding to buy the bar from Quickjack or build my own as @ReDRuM did.here's couple other views
Not all car frames are built equal, and staggered lifting points can often be challenging to access! Turning the QuickJack sideways is a great way to combat these issues, but it can also leave your undercarriage partially obstructed. With a Crossbeam Adapter Set, your QuickJack can find all of...
I watched a video of a guy with his truck on a set of Quickjacks running transversely, one on front and one on rear. He had a scary situation when lowering the truck because the uneven weight distribution of the truck lowered the front faster than the rear, tipping. That was enough to convince me NOT to do that with the Elise.