Funny you you ask.. I noticed this same thing on my 2015 model two weeks ago. I was camping when the low temperature was near freezing and felt a cold draft in the front. Turns out that, with the door closed, I could also see daylight in the area a foot or so about the latch (first photo).
I took some window seal material I had lying around and found it slipped in behind the Scamp
door seal (friction fit only), and pushed the outer / edge lip (thin part) of the Scamp seal out just a little. Then with the door closed, I could not see any daylight peeking through. I only used about 10 inches since the rest of the door seals well (for now at least).
I have not road tested this yet but it fits so well I think it will stay in place. If it does not, a little adhesive should hold it.
Anything that only lifts the outer edge of the Scamp seal away from the fiberglass body a small amount would have the same effect. Even if it does not stop the cold draft, my concern was mosquitoes coming in when the door was closed. This should prevent that.