Standard electric seat adjustment allows you to tailor the driving position just so; the seat will drop quite low to give you that sports car feel.
It’s not all good news, though. On all but Turbo models you have to shell out four figures for a comfort package option if you want adjustable lumbar support, which most likely you will - without it the seat lacks lower-back support. There’s also a great bulge in the transmission tunnel that skews your left leg farther over to the right than feels ideal.
A colour touch-screen is standard, through which you control all the infotainment functions, while the air-con controls are separate and fairly easy to use, once you’ve familiarised yourself with the vast array of buttons contained on the centre console. A crisp, colour readout that sits in one of the circular dials in the driver’s binnacle, and which can show everything from audio and trip info to the navigation map, means that you don’t have to rely too heavily on the dash-mounted screen.