The car is rapid and overtakes without a second thought. The suspension is firm, but not too firm, and handles bumps in the road relatively well. The steering is satisfying heavily, although I’d say it doesn’t quite match up to its competitors in terms of a quality feel. It’s good – don’t get me wrong – but its German competitors just seem to have the upper hand for interior quality.
All of the models have a dashcam fitted as standard, but not a bulky device that sits in your vision… it just uses one of the cameras already fitted to the car for the autopilot. A really nice feature.
You can set your preferred driving position and save it as a ‘driver profile’ – which is essentially memory seats. What you can also do is enable ‘easy entry’ which will automatically move the steering wheel and seat when the car is in Park and you unbuckle your seatbelt to make it easier to get in and out of the car. This is good for shorter people like me who have to pull the seat quite far forward to reach the peddles, but end up bumping their knees or head when getting in.