Sorry, joeonship, didn't realize the settings over there would interfere with your browsing.
As kevinl's owner's manual excerpt shows, the lift points are well aft (owing to the engine location), and well under the car.
You have just about 4-1/2" of clearance from floor to these locations (slightly more with the non-race suspension). Post #10 on the link I shared also shows this, but perhaps you need to be a member to view that. Again, I apologize (and I'm a moderator over there - I should probably have known that but I didn't).
The front lift points are simply reinforced sections of the carbon tub. They are identified by a small CF square (mine has red paint on it, but that could be a dealer thing). The aft ones are the connection between the rear sub-frame and the bottom of the tub - small exposed aluminum brackets exposed from the belly pan of the car. You'll ideally have these on a hockey puck instead of directly on a metal jacking surface.
The most popular lift from the link I showed you is the Ranger Quickjack 3500 or 5000 if you want higherr capacity for other vehicles.
From what others say over there, it fits with car on the floor.
I have an EZ Carlift, which I love. But you do need to run the car onto a small ramp or planks in order to slide it under the 4C. This is also a somewhat more expensive tool than the Ranger and needs different cross-members depending on the size of car you are working on, but it is American designed and made, and I do like it for a number of cars.
Both devices lift the entire car. There are suggestions not to lift one corner only. Not sure what harm it would do, and I know people who have done so. With the stiffness of the chassis, and the proximity of the lift points to the centre of the car, I can see you actually raising two or almost three wheels in trying to lift only one. There are some low-profile floor jacks which are low and long enough to fit. Most don't. And Sector111 makes an adapter which allows you to use one of these to access both rear lift locations at once (so you raise the back two wheels together). This is great for tires and brakes. Sucks for doing exhaust work because the apparatus is right in your way.
Hope this helps, and makes up for the bum steer I gave you before.
Last edited by 4Canada; 12-30-2016 at 07:20 AM.