This is a good looking car. It’s quite different to others on the market, with a long-ish shape but is much more sophisticated than other long mid-size SUVs like the Forester. You can opt for a two-tone finish, it has a spanky new grille that looks quite space-shippy, especially while driving, and the Peugeot lion badge is the cherry on top.
The GT Sport's interior is also right up there. Being the top model in the range you’ll find Nappa leather seats with a luxe quilted pattern, and a small leather steering wheel which matches up to Audi's sporty designs. This could be even better.
It’s hexagonal - small with a flat bottom and flat top so your hands fit neatly on the top corner angles, and it immediately shouts 'racing car' to me. It’s possibly the best thing about the car.
Other interior highlights are the lime wood trim throughout, and the doors and dash are covered in soft, pebble-patterned premium fabric.
The centre console is nicely designed with a one-sided metallic swish. You get a digital instrument display in front of the steering wheel, and it all gives off a well styled vibe.