The HS comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as a standard. We tested both smartphone systems at launch, and found that the 10.1-inch central screen is sharp and responsive. The driver’s display is neatly arranged and clear. The stalk mounted on the left side of the steering column is pretty easy to use once you take a quick look at the functionality. You get Adaptive Cruise Control and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection. Alongside these features, you’ll get 360° view camera, heated and electrically-adjustable bucket seats, and a panoramic glass roof if you opt for the high spec model of the HS.There’s a reasonable amount of adjustability with the front seats but, even in their lowest setting, you still sit fairly high. Only the top-spec Exclusive models get electric seat adjustment, but this is unlikely to be an issue unless you swap drivers regularly. Adjustable lumbar support is standard across the range, which helps in supporting your lower back in long journeys.