Get behind the wheel of the Vauxhall Viva and you’ll spot many design cues taken from the Vauxhall Adam and the Corsa.
The layout is clear and simple to use, but doesn’t offer the same quality feel as a Volkswagen Up. It also misses out on some of that car’s flair, such as the body-coloured plastics that brighten up its interior.
It's not the cheeriest cabin to sit in, but it does the job
From 2016, Viva buyers will be able to specify Vauxhall’s Intellilink touchscreen infotainment system. It offers sat-nav (which can be programmed remotely via a Vauxhall call centre), can play music directly from your smart phone, and is compatible with many apps from Apple and Android.