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I was hoping for a nicer key (or no key). Going to get this mixed up with the Giulietta one.
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Seats don't look the most supportive

Lots of carbon, though.
Love the door handle, too
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The seats look a lot more supportive than my Giulietta's seats..

Reminds me of my GTA's seats!

Just give a damn pic of the digital display..

And I thought the DNA switch is gonna be different? To incorporate the "R" mode..

Or perhaps that will be flip switch like Stop/Start on the Giulietta?
 
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Very Nice!

But I love the V6 engine in my GTA, so I'll wait until the 6C emerges before considering placing an order.
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Awful looking seats unfortunately. Would've preferred something like the brera / spider seats!
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I was hoping for a nicer key (or no key). Going to get this mixed up with the Giulietta one.
Haha life is hard sometimes!
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Awful looking seats unfortunately. Would've preferred something like the brera / spider seats!
It would then have weighed about 2 tonne. Ha ha.
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It's a shame they flaunted the concept car on us for so long, it's made what should've been a beautiful car, look like a cheap ugly bug.. The interior looks like my Mito (no bad thing, but nothing like the concept) and as for the focal point of the front, the lights are simply hideous..
Such a shame
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Awful looking seats unfortunately. Would've preferred something like the brera / spider seats!
The seat backs look incredibly vertical.... I assume they recline a little from that position?
 
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The seat backs look incredibly vertical.... I assume they recline a little from that position?
Probably not, there's an engine there
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The interior looks very disappointing and ordinary, I just hope it uses better quality plastics than either the Mito or Guiletta. It also looks like it uses the same incredibly cheap feeling column stalks as the M & G which would be and disaster at this price point.
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I think it's more to do with the driving experience . Personally I don't have a problem with the Grande Punto stalks on the Giulietta . I wouldn't mind a trip computer button which cycles up or down like my A3 had and probably shared with some humble VW.
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I am sure there will be aftermarket column stalks, milled out of titanium billet, or moulded out of carbon fibre.
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Awful looking seats unfortunately. Would've preferred something like the brera / spider seats!
In real life the seats look pretty good. Brera seats wouldn't be suitable with this subtle light weight car, they look and probably are too big.

It's the dash that looks a bit ordinary and a bit awkwardly shaped.
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I'm 6'1" and 16st. The 4C was perfectly comfortable, and their is some back/forth adjustment in them
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I'm 6'1" and 16st. The 4C was perfectly comfortable, and their is some back/forth adjustment in them
Did you make that up yourself, our did did get a little help......

Tough guy.
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Seats were great, first impressions wise. Interior felt perfectly in line with the nature of the car. Sporty but not quite a stripped out racer. Loved it
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Did you make that up yourself, our did did get a little help......
Tough guy.
Aside from the misspelling? I flew to Geneva to sit in it, and that is how it was.
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Seats were great, first impressions wise. Interior felt perfectly in line with the nature of the car. Sporty but not quite a stripped out racer. Loved it
I agree SR...
Sports cars are traditionally all about chassis & engine performance, + light weight. I for one would not want my 4/6C interior to be cluttered with un-necessary niceties.
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