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What is it like on the inside?

Lots going on here. The central view is dominated by the massive rev counter, flanked on the right by a smaller speedo and on the left by a display showing whatever you want it to. Whisper it – there are shades of the LFA in the readouts.

Then up on the left, atop the dash sits another screen, below that a vent that protrudes out, and beneath that an angled console filled with buttons. The touchpad that sits by your elbow isn’t the most intuitive nor helpful.

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The whole thing isn’t exactly cohesive – a feeling that different teams designed individual areas – with bits jutting out here, recesses there. It’s easy to get distracted. Best to concentrate on that engine note, perhaps.

Seats? Great. Very comfortable and infinitely adjustable. The driving position is spot on, view outside good too. The rear seats are useless, capable only of storing a few bags or some tic tacs, but the boot’s a decent size. And everything in here does feel extremely sturdy and built to last a long, long time. It’s just – there’s that phrase again – a little last gen.

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