View 1: shows the missing door ding-bar and some of the double-sticky tape that failed to hold it on.
View 2: supporting evidence that it really comes with four wheels.
With the seats folded down, the rear is respectably capacious. The entire back seat's seat can be removed with two bolts, giving almost another foot of length plus a clear shot all the way to the dashboard over the passenger seatback reclined all the way.
The cockpit has a mildly sporty feel, and the upholstery is fuzzy and quite comfy.

The power-windows enable switch is the white rocker right about here.

The throttle-threshold switch installation is slightly "temporary", but is an easy reach past the shifter which is entirely appropriate.
And of course, the business end. Here is a larger shot with more detail.