The interior design leads the way to the future of the sports car – and nevertheless remains faithful to classic
The control concept is cutting edge:
The dashboard incorporates a highresolution 12-inch touchscreen display.
In conjunction with standard four-zone automatic climate control and individual power seats in the rear, the rear passengers also have a touchscreen display of their own. Two high-resolution screens, one to the right and one to left of the rev counter, display virtual instruments, maps and a range of other information.
Above all, though, there is plenty of space and comfort. Front and rear. Not so typical of a sports car? Absolutely typical of the
Thanks to the higher roof line, passengers seated in the rear of the Sport
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