I'm considering the Nimbus Gray, but wife is encouraging the darker color. Will have to see it to make the final determination. I do like the lighter gray though.Out of curiosity, how many folks like me are picking the lighter grey just because it's the closest thing you can get to white? I remain amazed and surprised they're not offering the initial batch in either white or black.
The dark grey was the least impressive for me in the flesh...no interest or duality to the colour at all (followed by the yellow which was the same). The light grey has a dark speckle to it and titanium paintwork always looks good, even when dirty imho. The red also looked much better in the flesh (lighter and more unusual than was expecting and with a nice fleck)That is a nice combo. Any thoughts on the dark gray? I know it's the least popular color per the survey.
Agree. Have settled on Nimbus Grey.One reason I think light colors will look especially good for the Emira is the fact that the design incorporates a dark rocker panel that gives the car an illusion of a thin waist on the side profile. This is what gives the Emira it's dynamic styling characteristics. This look is lost with a dark color as the rocker panels then blend together with the body. Take a look at the dark grey from the side. It looks like a McLaren F1. Not bad, but not the same feeling as the red/blue/yellow/silver. I feel the dark verdant will have the same "issue".
You're doing both with the Sports Pack? Which one is going to be your street car?Already configured both of mine with Lotus now:
Nimbus Grey + Red Leather + Black Wheels + Red Callipers + NO black pack + Sports Pack with Goodyear F1
Magma Red + Black Alcantara with red stitch + Black Wheels + Yellow Callipers + NO black pack + Sports Pack with Goodyear F1
I'll be modifying one of those quite a bit but keeping those to myself
I have changed my mind since my last Emira video.
This is the color that ANY Lotus should be. Jim Clark achieved Lotus’s dominance in Formula 1 in cars that were British Racing Green. I realize that many members here may not be aware that Lotus’s most dominant era was when Jim Clark was at the wheel of British Racing Green F1 cars. During the Jim Clark era,