Ergonomically speaking, everything is well within reach and quite comfortable. You can clearly see the gauges between the spokes of the steering wheel. I should note that the steering wheel felt a bit bulky at first, but that feeling went away quickly. The dash and the top of the door panels are also a little taller than what you may be used to; but again, I easily acclimated to them by the end of the drive. As for the rear seating, it's similar to its older sibling. If you're a tall passenger, then you better call out shotgun first. Initially, my only concern was the blind spots from the rear quarter-panels. Even so, the side mirrors are great, and if you use them like you're supposed to, you can easily see everything around you. The only thing I'd like to see is the addition of a rear-mounted camera, as my vision felt a bit limited when putting it in reverse.