While it's a great idea in theory, I found the steering wheel controls a bit clumsy and hard to use on the move so a great idea in theory, but not in practice.
The infotainment system, on the other hand, is excellent.
Both screens measure in at 10.0 inches in size, with the top screen attached to a dynamic swivel that allows it to sit out of the dashboard slightly, while the bottom screen features touch feedback and dynamic controls that change function depending on the setting.
So, for example, if the driver wants to adjust four-wheel-drive controls, they select the Terrain Response menu and use the swivel dial to adjust their four-wheel-drive mode.
Visibility is great out of the front and sides, but compromised slightly through the rear due to the narrow rear window.
Regardless of what you think of SUVs, this is one of the most beautiful cars on the road.
There's also a 12V plug at the back of the centre console.
In the front row there are two USB ports, a HDMI port, an SD card port and a 12V power outlet.
A dark brown over black with modest alloy wheels it looked even better with some dust thrown on it for good measure.
Like all Jaguar and Land Rover products, there's a seemingly endless list of options.