Well equipped and distinctive but too flawed in key areas to recommendread the full model review
Over the entry-level model, you get sportier bodystyling, variable ratio steering, rear-wheel steering, sports seats, hands-free boot closing and a 23-speaker Mark Levinson stereo. We’d take some of the gadgets from Luxury trim over the sporty stuff any day of the week, though.
No, this isn’t a 5.0-litre engine; the clue is in the ‘h’. Up front is a 3.5-litre V6 that’s supported by two electric motors and a battery pack. It’s quick when you put your foot down but is also coarse. Drive slowly and it’s pleasingly smooth and has reasonable CO2 emissions. Available in rear or four-wheel drive.