I would not say it's boring, but definitely not eye catching or heart warming as the S/X/3 have been in the past, for their own reasons. It's probably still in heavy WIP-stage for some parts (see the hatchback), but regardless I think it will sell incredibly well, especially in North America. It's a "just right" iteration over the Model 3 to accommodate for the demand of compact SUVs. With that being said, I really don't like the third seats row. I cannot find a reason for how it's implemented and it reminds me a lot, in a negative sense, of the back seats of the C-HR which, from a space design perspective, are far from comfortable.