The car doing the showroom tour doesn’t have an engine in I believe, so it’s only representative of a production model.Since the Emira is making the dealership rounds now, and they are telling people it's basically production spec, does that mean they've completed crash testing, and if so, any idea how they performed?
That's was sort of my concern, as hopefully any changes necessary as a result of crashworthiness testing won't significantly change the appearance.The dealer tour car is a pre production car. It’s close to production but there are some key differences, which have been publicised.
They’re currently building 86 cars for certification, crash testing, climate proving and to test build processes. It’s possible there may be some minor tweaks as a result.