Not that you need to rely on a dynamic suspension system to be comfortable in the Panamera; the front seats are roomy and comfortable as any Porsche, but the real luxury comes in the rear seat. Ample leg room, slightly more hip room than up front, plenty of head room, and an airiness to the second row of the cabin all combine to make the Panamera almost executive-limo-worthy. In fact, it's not almost; it is.
There's space behind the back seats, too, with a cargo area big enough for four roll-aboards. Fold the rear seats down, and you gain even more stowage space.
No matter which door is your access point, you're safe even on an incline, as the doors have holders that retain their position to keep them from closing on your leg, arm, or head as you enter or exit.
A three-spoke steering wheel is available for those that would like a little more pretense at 911 ownership while retaining the Panamera's useful layout. Otherwise, the Panamera is generally put together with its own gear, with high-quality materials for the most part, though the steering column stalks and some of the door trim seems a bit cheaper than it ought to.