The Turismo is a colossal car, so you’d think it’d be as practical as they come. Well, it isn’t. Granted, there are seven seats in a two-two-three formation, and the front two rows have bags of space. However, headroom and legroom are more limited in the third row, and because that’s the row with three seats, and it’s positioned in the narrowest part of the cabin, shoulder room is also rather tight. The middle seat is raised and uncomfortable, too. Rows Two and Three can be slid and reclined, but the one-piece backrest in Row Three means all three passengers must sit at the same angle. The boot you get depends on where you have the seats, but in any eventuality, it’s pretty big. However, while the five rear seats can be folded down, they don’t tumble or fold away for to maximise the cargo space available. You can remove the third row, but lifting it takes considerable strength and storing it will be a pain. The Turismo is big, but it sure ‘ain’t clever.