The Sail’s exterior is made to look ready for both the smooth asphalt of the city, or the more rugged streets of the country. With enlarged headlights, a dual port grill, and a smoother roofline, the Sail looks longer, wider and ready to take on anything. The unique rims all sum up a design aesthetic that tells you its ready to take on any road.
Step into the Sail’s cabin and you’ll find comfort and functionality that you can enjoy on any kind of roadtrip. A jet-black interior with silver accents gives you a unique feeling of luxury when you set sail. Steering wheel radio controls let you keep both hands on the wheels at all times, for a much safer and enjoyable ride. Its spacious interior can accommodate 4 to 5 passengers without sacrificing comfort for that long roadtrip ahead.
The Sail’s 9-inch Android touch screen gives you all the on-road entertainment and information you need at a touch of your fingertips. With standard road trip apps and wireless connectivity with your mobile, the Sail becomes the perfect companion for all your epic travels.
Decked with a stylish 9-inch Android head unit, navigating with Waze was a breeze, and we were even able to watch movies on the screen. You also get lots of space in this car — our friend, who stands at 5 feet 11 inches, was able to drive comfortably...
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