I'd prefer a Lusso to the Sportivo and then spec up the bits I like. There's one particular road to my in-laws' house that won't get better any time soon, and I don't fancy driving it on hard shocks (have had enough of that!). Only the Sportivo trim was listed, but I don't think there'd be a problem if I needed to order something special.
I did drive this model on a test-drive in London, and I was impressed with the ride quality, but I think I want something "a lot" better on broken roads than the 147, and that means 16" or 17" wheels, not 18".
However, the car fund got spent on a kitchen (no complaints - I'm the cook), so it's going to be next year, I think. The 147 is holding out quite well, but at six and a half years it's starting to feel like an "old car" now.
The fact that the model is offered at all is the real news: the dealer reckons the TCT wasn't on the previous pricelist at all..