I have recently been driving a 2020 Fiat 500 while my Saab was having some work done. For a small car the Fiat is actually surprisingly roomy, for two, and around town nippy too. However it was the level of equipment that really surprised me. Sat Nav, DAB and FM radio, Bluetooth connectivity, automatic air conditioning, electric mirrors and windows. Not a bad specification. Unfortunately the designers had discovered that the processors were capable of more than was really necessary. As an example the all electronic instrument displayed RPM, coolant temperature and speed in concentric arcs on the left, working in. On the right Eco and fuel quantity again working inwards. In my opinion it was a mess too much information in too small a space. The actual speedometer was beautifully clear but in the space between the temperature and fuel gauges, around the speed display, was the outside temperature (useful) the date, how does knowing the date help me drive more safely? The time, repeated on the Nav display, the gear selected, it was an auto box and something I actually managed to ignore. All this in the top half of the display. The bottom half could display, two trip counters, of which more later. Tyre pressure, average fuel consumption, instantaneous fuel consumption, fuel range or navigation information. Each trip counter displayed distance, average fuel consumption for the trip, average speed then on the next page trip time and more, about nine lines of text, all accesses by a single button. No wonder drivers are distracted! Too much information, most of it unnecessary, very badly arranged as if the instruments were a fashion statement. I never delved into the infotainment system, far too much information on too many pages. I gave up with the SatNav, which reverted to North Up, zoomed right out every time the engine was started. I actually mounted my Garmin on the screen the only time I wanted navigation, smaller screen but clearer display. Of course the handbook was absent! I had it for a week and it was fine for that time but I prefer simplicity. I actually had less difficulty with the 787 cockpit than with the Fiat, what are car designers thinking these days?