Interestingly, the engine oil dipstick is located on the right-hand window pillar behind a flap that also contains the fuel and oil filler cap. To open up the rear engine cover you need to open two clips on each side of the car, and then get three pairs of helping hands (four people) to lift it off, all the while trying to avoid the exhaust system. Putting the cover back on seems even more complicated.
The front end also clips off, but only requires three people to do the job. Its final party trick is a pair of lifting jacks, two in the front, and one in the rear that lift the car off the ground for easy tire changes. This car is clearly not as user-friendly as a Toyota Camry, but who cares when it looks this insane and drives so well.