Originally Posted by AM2
They always do.
Well played ;)
My main problem is that it doesn't look Defender retro, neither Tonka Toy robust with digital instruments, a HUD and that Prius like gear stick (let me put it that way, I wouldn't want to get that amount of British electronics wet by playing in the mud with it); At the same time, it doesn't look overly modern with it's blocky 1980ies shape and 1984 Datsun shade of grey plastic. Also the stitched leather dash and that commercial vehicle grade lower center stack (which is probably the only part that belongs in a Defender) clash a bit in terms of visual quality;
AT least it doesn't enter the German "my touch screen is bigger than yours" war, thank god....