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Posted: 21 May 2010
So the best way to drive it is using the engine's torque and with the roof down. That way you can revel in the car's fine steering feedback as the merest whiff of breeze passes into and through the cabin. If you want to mess up your hair, putting the side windows down does the trick, but with them up and the fixed diffuser between the seat humps there's only a soft flow of outside air into the cabin, which is the same reworked layout as in the coupe. The steering wheel still doesn't adjust for reach and the fuel gauge/mpg meter's quality still isn't up to the rest of the dials' standard, but other than that it's all good.