From a technical point of view, the machine is still more of the old iron. There are no driving modes and apart from ABS and cruise control, no technical helpers. But there are still real and partially chrome-plated switches, which you like to operate. Oh yes, and even automatically resetting turn signals are also included. The lighting system including the additional lights in police style use halos.
Instead of an LED cockpit, the driver looks at a whole armada of analogue instruments. Battery charge level, oil pressure, temperatures, fuel level, etc. - all with beautiful hands in chrome-rimmed watches. And of course two large speakers left and right. Looks like in the seventies, to fall in love with.
Amazing: The passenger can not only adjust the volume of the Harman-Gimbal system, but also change the radio stations. Both front and rear there are plugs for the intercom. Music and entertainment between the passengers on the way is therefore provided.