If you've seen it, no comment necessary. To drive it you gotta learn to use the power; it's not standard stomp and romp. Had lots of nagging "quality recall" issues. Back hatch lid pops. Automatic keying system is not predictable. Electronic display puts up fictional problems. Wiper blades smearing. It's gonna be an amazing and unique vehicle once all the quirks are out. Option package a bit thin given price.
It looks and drives great.
Seat memory should be standard. Keying system more straightforward. Stock tires more versatile -- my set were dangerous in snow. Steering wheel more substantial.
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