A rotary wheel allows you to tilt the seat base a little, but the steering wheel is fixed in place, which means some drivers will be uncomfortable. The dashboard is well laid out and uncomplicated, although the garish yellow dials won’t be to all tastes.
Proton Savvy Hatchback space & practicality
Interior space is restricted, although no more so than many of the Savvy’s city car rivals. There’s just about enough space for four adults inside (the rear bench seat is designed for only two), although headroom in the back is tight. The boot is small but well shaped, and the 50/50 split rear seats fold to leave a flat floor and a maximum luggage capacity of 909 litres.
Proton Savvy Hatchback equipment
The Savvy is available in a single trim, which is badged Style. Remote central locking, air-conditioning, a CD player, electric front windows and alloy wheels are all included, while metallic paint and an automatic gearbox are the only options.