The seat design is very similar to the 2nd gen Audi TT and R8…. They sagged as well.And what's up with those wrinkles. Hope the seats don't age like that.
Nope. We’ve nothing much so we must begin the freak out sequence now. What else are we to do? Hope this multi-decade sport/luxury/racing car brand will do something? Hope?These seats are supposedly pre-prod and we have been hearing positive comments from people who have been visiting the factory. Let’s wait for the official release (sometime this year) before we freak out.
No clue, it didn't bother me as the pilot was used as a traveling vehicle and I put on 180k km in 4yrs. I know some owners were asking for new seats and were approved under warranty. But the new seats didn't solve the problemHow does it sag so fast? I have never had a car with sagging leather like this.
I agree. I think Lotus totally missed the mark not getting creative w the interior. Black alcantara w a trace of yellow stitching you can see if you squint? Way too monotone and dark for most (even Harry was surprised in his video) Could have gotten much more aggressive/creative w larger two-tone swathes of colored leather. Or more contrast of black and red (in my case) on seats, door panels dash. But mostly in the Alcantra. Mark my words you will see it in later model year facelifts. Hey the rest of the car is so gorgeous i prob shoukdnt nitpickLove the two-tone, nearly always so much better than monotone.
The issue is that everything prior to the Emira, the complete seats were outsourced. Now just the frames and airbags are out sourced and everything else (foam and covers) is in-house. So definitely room for caution.My Evora seat after over 25k miles and I am sure the build quality will be much better now, so don't see anything to worry about.