This is the continuation of the previous question: "What do following words/phrases mean? (1)".
I'd appreciate any suggestions on what the bolded texts mean.
We can vouch for the sweeter proportions and prettier detailing because TopGear was invited up to Crewe for a secret audience with the new GT, and in the metal it makes a stunning impression. Those lower, faster haunches are almost 911-ish, and the oval lights come straight from the EXP 10 Speed 6 concept. ...
Inside, wow. The dash has a party piece. Bored of the pin-sharp 12.3-inch touchscreen? It’ll electrically rotate, exposing a triplet of old-school temperature gauges (with yet more digital readouts embedded in them). Short attention span? Then turn the Toblerone panel again, and a veneer section turns into view
The cabin was designed by Bentley’s chief cabin artiste, and a gentleman with the greatest name in all of motoring: Romulus Rost. Among his past works is the very rst Audi TT cockpit, which ranks as one of the most enduring, iconic car interiors of the past 25 years. He points out Bentley’s subtle deployment of real metal where the customer’s touchpoints lie, and tells us he voted for physical buttons rather than Panamera- style touch-sensitive glass to make the Continental more familiar and traditional to use.
I understand them to mean the following:
- in the metal: in its simplest form (i.e. without any design)
- Those lower, faster haunches are almost 911-ish: those motors situated at the lower back of the car are powerful, almost 911 horsepower.
- oval lights: lights at the front and/or back of the car
- party: different
- triplet: group of
- Toblerone panel: not really sure what this means... I understand "Toblrerone" to mean a Swiss chocolate bar brand.
- cabin: the interior of the car
- real metal: metal or iron, as opposed to the modern touch screen
- touchpoints: the points where people's fingers touch the screen
I've first looked them up in the dictionary and the meanings I came up with their meanings with their context in mind.