There is a certain amount of French style in the exterior with a well designed shape, and it’s still funky enough to compete with its Korean and Japanese rivals with cool looking headlights and grille, while still keeping it’s European design credibility. It’s a great fusion of the two very different styles.
Inside keeps up the good looks. There is a lot of plastic on the dash and doors but it doesn’t come off as cheap which is down to the styling.
The seats are fabric and the quilted finish gives them a premium feel, while the faux leather trim keeps things practical. The steering wheel is also faux leather but actually feels great and it’s also a good shape with a slightly flat bottom.
The centre console is well designed, with glossy black to help lift the overall design. It feels good to sit in and drive on the road.