The Velar is anything but small, so front space is more than generous. There’s plenty of head room and the seats go back a long way to accommodate taller drivers. The front seats are mounted a long way apart so you won’t be rubbing shoulders with your passenger, and the armrest is split, so both people can be as comfy as possible.
The door bins can take a 500ml bottle of water and a few oddments, while under the armrest is a surprisingly small cubbyhole. It’s there you’ll find the USB, HDMI and other sockets, while there are a couple of cupholders in front of the armrest.
Reach in front of the lower touchscreen and you’ll find another cubby that’s a decent size but obscured, making it easy to forget your belongings. Finally there’s a glovebox big enough to swallow the handbook, your charging cables, a bag of sweets and some gloves with ease.