If your financial limit is entry-level Vogue spec, then don’t worry; even the most basic edition in the range has plenty of kit as standard, with everything from cruise and climate control to a central infotainment system that includes DAB radio, Bluetooth connectivity and a digital TV receiver. The sweet spot of the range is probably Vogue SE, which adds a ‘dual-view’ screen that allows the front passenger to watch different content from the driver, and more adjustability on the driver’s seat, and an 825W surround sound system (the standard car gets a more humble 380W set-up). .
At the top end of the range Autobiography cars get more lavish materials in the cabin, a massage function on the front seats, a sliding panoramic roof and 21in alloy wheels - or 22in items if you’re buying the V8 petrol.
The SV Autobiography model, meanwhile, has a 1700W Meridian audio system, two infotainment screens and deployable leather-trimmed tables. And then there’s the SV Autobiography Dynamic, offers a lower ride height and special side vents and front grille, as well as more driver-focused chassis settings.