Motorists considering buying a Renault Megane Coupe have been told that it is a "curious" vehicle by one reviewer.
Andrew Anthony reveals in the Guardian that the Coupe is "slightly odd-looking", but not "unattractive".
He also states that one of the key points of note is that it "seems like an animal impatient to charge off into the future".
However, he highlights that it may take motorists a while to get over their impatience as a few of the dials and buttons are peculiarly placed.
Mr Anthony indicates that the ignition button is situated on the passenger’s side of the gear stick, while other switches, such as the button to wind down the windows, are not in their more orthodox positions.
In terms of its on the road capabilities, the Renault Megane Coupe TCE 180 offers motorists a fuel consumption of 37.2 miles to the gallon, while they can also accelerate to 62 miles per hour from standstill in 7.8 seconds.
Motorists have been told by a review of the vehicle by Channel Four that it is arguably the best looking model of the "hard top/convertible brigade".