I'll take your winter delivery!Yeah, the first US customers (aka me) definitely aren't getting their Emira until 2023 (probably in the dead of winter too). Who wants to bet?
At this point they might as well delay my delivery until next April so the weather is at least nice.
So I just walked past this 911 - its a 992 Carrera S - very bright sunshine for once here in the UK, but you can see what a huge gap it has between tyre and arch. NO ONE ever said the 911 rides to high... anyway, just thought it would give some comparison to some of you
I was trying to say that the 911 I saw didnt have the lift up - the gap was the same front to back. The 911 looked great even with a large gap. I was trying to help those concerned about the Emira gapNot sure what your point is. The Huracan has the lift up.
No idea who the guy is in the video, but a lot of the time, people who detail high-end cars keep the lifts up so they don't forget when moving customers cars around. The front is way higher than the back. Also, lifting the front has a slight affect on the back gap.
Wow, my bad! I thought you were someone else (thought you were talking about the Huracan). Many apologies! Will edit my postI was trying to say that the 911 I saw didnt have the lift up - the gap was the same front to back. The 911 looked great even with a large gap. I was trying to help those concerned about the Emira gap
I have heard these claims, and hope they're true. But the fact remains that lots of cars seem to be coming out of the factory at the moment disproving them, with no explanation from Lotus. And it matters. If I was Russell Carr I'd be absolutely incendiary.But the Lotus folks said the Melbourne car was above production height. And we’ve been told the dealer event cars weren’t production.
The yellow (Eletre reveal) car is within 5mm of production.