In the front you’re looking at a fairly sober dashboard that is less attention-seeking than the Peugeot’s i-Cockpit. There are two digital screens: the driver display, which can also display navigation instructions in wide format, and the central touch screen for the infotainment, which is slightly tilted towards the driver.
The materials look smart, without being premium, and the seats illustrate the beautiful design. Unfortunately, there is no longer any trace of the AGR label (a German certification for back ergonomics). Bye-bye adjustable and tiltable seat cushion. Worse still, it’s also bye-bye lumbar support. This is nowhere to be found on either the standard or the options list.