So far, we’ve driven cars with optional Adaptive Drive, which alters the suspension according to which of the four driving modes you select. Even in Comfort mode, the low-speed ride has a firm edge, and you feel pronounced body shimmy over bumps. However, things even out as you go faster, and it’s great when you’re cruising. It’s too big and heavy to feel like a sports car in bends, but strong grip and tight body control means it still feels agile. Shame the steering feels remote.