The interior is a tech-savvy approach to luxury
Whether you're talking football, mathematics, or automotive design, nailing the fundamentals is crucial to success, and to that end, this is a straight-up comfortable car. Finding the perfect seating position is easy, though the deeply chiseled buckets don't coddle you quite as well as their looks would suggest. The air conditioning is a surprising standout, keeping things cool without ever feeling like it's intruding on your experience, even on a warm day.
The tech, though, is what brings the Q60's interior to the fore. Twin touch screens are a nice, ahem, touch, though anything but the cleanest of hands will introduce smudges awfully quickly. The available Bose sound system is worth every penny, and retains the kind of clarity throughout the range that's normally reserved for the next jump up in price. Also cooler than you might think: the silver optic fiber trim, which is a refreshing alternative to carbon fiber. It brightens the cabin while retaining the depth that you can only get from a fiber weave.