I couldn't agree more. As much as I hate Mustangs, the new mustang is supposed to have three backlights to choose from to suit personal tastes. Once again, I wish Lotus would have thought about what makes their car unique and stuck to it. The blue backlight is increadible, and even if it is not as easy to read as amber, it is important that the car itself is not as easy to get in and out of and anything currently sold in North America.amcmahon said:I hope we get the blue backlit dash. I'm tired of amber. Never been a fan of the color in cars. But from what I hear we're supposedly getting an amber backlit dash.
Fed touring pack has carpets that come up the sides like the 2nd photo - see photo from car at recent WCLM.heatmiser said:So it looks like the US will get the interior shown in the first picture provided youhave ordered the Touring Package (of which you get power windows). That is a bummer since I really liked the interior shown on the 2nd picture (carpet up the side rails, blue backlight, dashboard and shifter). Any idea on what country get's this interior or if it is a custom job???
The second one is from an European S2 with the K-series engine and it seems to have the Sports-Tourer option package which adds the carpets and the leather seats.heatmiser said:SThat is a bummer since I really liked the interior shown on the 2nd picture (carpet up the side rails, blue backlight, dashboard and shifter). Any idea on what country get's this interior or if it is a custom job???
No, a Lotus is meant to be functional. It may be unique, but it doesn't need to be "riced" to be unique. The blue is hard on the eyes. The red/amber is much easier on the eyes (although I prefer old fashioned green).Mean TT said:The Lotus was meant to be unique, and nothing is more unique then the blue layout.