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Interior

What is it like on the inside?

It’s a racing car. Getting in and out is neither easy nor dignified. Portly and/or over six feet? Bring lube. But try removing the steering wheel first. The seat will be perfect because it’ll have been moulded to fit you, the pedal box slides and the only useful rear visibility comes from the rear-facing camera. The carbon steering wheel is all buttons and abbreviations, the carbon door is flimsily light and the clutch is a total pain in the arse. Give it 4,000rpm and hope for the best.

The only thing that matters inside – after comfort – is how the controls operate. And we’ve covered those already. The screen’s big, which is good as the info is easy to read at a glance, but I didn’t spot a USB slot. Can’t think why.

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