The new model has nearly the same length and comes with five seats, unlike pre-launch rumors that there will be a seven-seat model available. It is built on the same B0 platform as the first generation. It now features an electric power-steering, a MultiView camera system that is made-up of four cameras, blind spot warning system, automatic climate control, keyless entry and ignition system, and daytime running lights. The ground clearance has been increased and a hill-start assist system is also offered, as well as hill descent control. The interior design has been revamped and the interior noise has been reduced to half from its previous generation. The top trim level features 17-inch (430 mm) wheels. Even the mid-range ‘Comfort’ model offers as standard Bluetooth, air conditioning, SatNav, rear parking sensors, rear camera, cruise control, six speed gearbox, alloy wheels, sports front seats and in all markets in Europe it costs many thousands of euro less than competing brands.