So we like the design, the drive and the feeling that it is built with care. And the things that irritated us then are still its shortcomings today – its rear volume, some road noise and the fiddly interior.
Things have changed, then, but they’ve also stayed the same. Somebody should write a cliché about that. Perhaps in French.
It’s a beautifully styled and brilliantly accomplished four-door GT, but now looks a bit old hat and compromised when you consider the second generation Porsche Panamera.
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