So far, we've only tried top-spec Velars, which come with 20-way electrically adjustable seats that move every which way, including for lumbar adjustment, and that will even heat, cool and massage you. Add in plenty of movement for the steering wheel and it's easy to find a comfortable set-up. Put it this way: even after a few hours at the wheel we still felt totally relaxed.
Sadly, base models make do with eight-way manual adjustment, while S and SE cars get 10-way electrically adjustable seats. And unless you’re prepared to spend a pretty penny to upgrade to the fancy 20-way versions, you can't have adjustable lumbar support.
Then there's the controls for the air conditioning and various off-road driving modes. These systems are accessed through a low-mounted touchscreen, and to work out what you're selecting when switching between the functions requires you to take your eyes off the road. The only up side it that the screen is augmented by a couple of rotary controllers that change function depending on which menu you’re in.
SE models and above come with a 12.3 digital instrument cluster, similar to the Q7’s Virtual Cockpit. It provides plenty of information clearly, but doesn’t look quite as slick as Audi’s system.