With the R8, Audi has crafted an interior with room enough for tall drivers and high-quality materials, but some busy lines and little storage space.
Forbes Autos called the R8 Audi's interior "minimalist and no-nonsense." A 6-foot, 5-inch editor fit in its seats comfortably. Automobilemag.com, however, had some distaste for the interior, calling it "an acquired taste."
Motor Trend declares the R8's cockpit is the "more ergonomic of the two," when compared to the Porsche 911. Though it's "strictly a two-seater," Road & Track says inside the R8, plenty of room exists behind the seats to store golf clubs or weekend luggage.
The R8 Audi offers a 3.5 cubic foot trunk--not huge, but not bad for this class of vehicle--tucked under the hood, as well as that storage bay behind the seats.