The Premium package in our test car added leather seats and surfaces in the cabin, and the Sport package wrapped the steering wheel in leather. Overall, the cabin had a good feel, not luxurious, but solid.
The thick steering wheel gets controls for audio and center display information. Phone buttons on the right make it look like the car has Bluetooth, but these merely activate OnStar and mute the audio system.
This LED at the top of the stack shows these virtual gauges for battery charge and oil pressure. It seems like a waste of space, and we assume that there are other display options on the original Holden model.
We initially assumed that this LCD meant a navigation system, but navigation is only available through OnStar in the G8. In-dash navigation may be available in the Holden, but in the G8, the LCD merely shows audio information.
The interface for browsing MP3 CDs lets you see a lot of information, including folder lists, but it is not well-organized. We found ourselves having to drill down a few menus to get to music selection.