All models get a standard colour touchscreen – on models without sat-nav, it’s 7.0in; with sat-nav, this grows to 8.0in. It has both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring as standard, allowing you to control certain phone functions through the infotainment screen.
You also get a concierge service as standard. Merely press a button to get through to an operative to get advice on travel-related issues. They will even download addresses to the sat-nav to save you the trouble.
When you are operating the touchscreen, you’ll find the on-screen icons are mostly large and easy to hit, and the menus are responsive and easy enough to figure out. Admittedly, it’s not as good as the systems in premium cars such Audis and BMWs, but it’s not far off the usability of Volkswagen’s systems fitted to rivals such as the Passat and Skoda Superb.
All versions get a USB port in the front, while only Tech Line Nav models and above come with one in the rear.