What is it like on the inside?
The dials and controls work well. Most versions have a virtual instrument cluster – only the perimeter numbers on the dials are real while the rest is a configurable TFT. There’s also a big centre-console touch screen for connections, maps and climate control. Again, it works well and has clean graphics.
Basic climate and audio controls have their own hard buttons, and here things start to look less rosy – the visual and tactile quality isn’t up with best rivals. A bigger ergonomic whoopsie is the gearlever – the change is fine, but we kept bashing our elbow on the fixed armrest. The bulky front seats restrict rear foot room more than you’d wish, too. Otherwise it’s spacious and comfy.