Blue rocks. No problem reading it, although the documented feature to switch the intensity of the display doesn't work on my car. Can't be bothered though: it reads out fine at night.moose said:The gauges are now illuminated orange as apparently people had trouble reading the (far far cooler) blue.
This is btw a great tip I received when I picked up the car: make a spare key and carry it around. If on some morning you accidently though your coat or bag in the boot with your key in it and close the boot, you have a problem since it falls in a lockmoose said:inside release for the BOOT - no there isnt you have to take the key out of the ignition to open it, or carry round a spare key.
It really is brilliant since it's on the stack display and under a certain number of liters (gallons, whatever) it just blinks "REFILL"... so watch your trip odometer. Did hear it was improved upon in the MY 2004 111s.BryanH said:So there is a fuel gauge! I didn't see one and was beginning to think you had to get out and check a fuel dipstick or some madness like that.
The gas gauge on the European Elise that I test drove read in Liters instead of gallons.moose said:no idea what you saw that was metric - we use miles here too!