Despite the generally awkward exterior, there are a few angles which bring out the better aspects of the Panamera's aerodynamic lines, and the interior is top-flight.
Warm yet still technical, with a decidedly sporty look thanks to the wrap-around instrument panel, canted center console, and vertical vents. Materials are likewise fantastic, with wood, leather, and even the rather abundant plastic all feeling like very good examples of their kind.
Tying the Panamera to other Porsches, particularly the 911, the ignition sits to the left of the steering wheel. As for appearance differences between trim lines, there's very little, though the Turbo S model is slightly more aggressive in small details, and the S Hybrid gets its unique badges.