Both versions look great, but the Red Line has some little extras that make bolder and more attractive. The stylists added some chrome trim here and there to distinguish its look. It looks sculpted with a knife... when the top is dropped, of course. Otherwise, the appearance is much less successful. However, the top is handled easily because the manual mechanism is pretty user-friendly.
The color schemes of the cockpit give the car an energetic attitude. Our test versions included the Premium Trim options group. Despite having
Forget about the trunk!
On the road
The Red Line is true to its name
When we upgrade to the Red Line, we're dealing with a true sports car. We feel its greater predictability and solidity on the road. I felt confident carving curves in the Red Line. The addition of the turbocharger provides
Whether the side windows are up or down, we can feel some air coming back in the cockpit. Since we drove the Skys on a chilly morning, we had
We reported this to GM's representatives. It might be possible that during sporty driving, the design of the car might not be able to effectively propel the CO2 emanations rearwards. The engineers will check out this issue, and could make some light modifications to the exhaust tips or add a
The Sky Red Line is superb and possesses excellent handling combined with great performance. Also beautiful, the base Sky constitutes an interesting trekking vehicle. But there are still some small details that need to be polished on this new sports car; the engineers should pay attention to the size of the trunk, the dashboard reflections and, especially, the carbon monoxide return in the cockpit.