Because the previous entry-level 2.0-litre petrol and 2.2-litre diesel variants have been discontinued, this Stinger now sits quite a lot further up-market, though the asking price of around £42,600 for the single GT S V6 petrol model now offered isn't a lot different from what it was before. If you consider that a comparably-performing Audi S5 Sportback costs around £50,000, that'll put things in perspective.
You get quite a lot of kit for the money as well, including Nappa leather upholstery in 'Saturn Black' or optional red. Plus a now-bigger 10.25-inch centre stack split-screen infotainment display with Bluetooth multi-connection that enables users to connect up to two mobile devices at the same time - maybe one for hands-free phone use and one for multimedia. This infotainment set-up offers 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring and a voice control system that can enable you to alter things like climate, audio and navigation settings. As an option, a suede package is also available for the first time, with the cabin trimmed in Saturn Black suede with contrasting red stitching and red seatbelts.
New camera safety features now feature as standard, including a Blind Spot View Monitor, Lane Following Assist, Highway Driving Assist, Rear Occupants Alert and Safe Exit Warning. Already, the Stinger featured Autonomous Emergency Braking, Lane Keep Assist, Driver Attention Warning, Speed Limit Information and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.