SE, SE Tech and Landmark Edition Evoques come with an 8.0in colour touchscreen as standard, but you can’t get Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. The straightforward home menu makes it easy to jump between key functions, which include sat-nav on all but entry-level SE trim, although it's a shame that the screen doesn't respond a little more promptly when you press it.
Beyond the core home menu, some of the other processes – such as finding a radio station or inputting a new destination – are quite convoluted and the necessary icons aren't always obvious. Some of the icons are quite small, too, making them tricky to hit while you’re driving.
An 10in InControl Touch Pro infotainment system is an option on the lower trims and standard from HSE Dynamic. It’s much quicker to respond than the 8.0in version, but still not as snappy or as easy to use as the best systems out there, such as the iDrive in the BMW X1.
All models get Bluetooth hands-free and audio streaming, a DAB radio, a USB socket and controls on the steering wheel. Even the entry-level models come with an effective eight-speaker sound system, while HSE Dynamic trim bumps that up to 10 speakers and a subwoofer. Move to the top two trims and you get an 825W system with 16 speakers plus a subwoofer.