With leather upholstering the seats, across the dash, and many other places in the cabin, the 2014 Porsche 911 feels and looks more like a typical luxury sedan than a bare-bones sports car.
The front seats are comfortable and easy to get into. Available sport seats add more bolstering and hard-driving support while still suiting a wide range of body types. Rear-seat leg room is minimal to non-existent, however, especially if the front-seat occupants are on the taller end of the spectrum.
Adding to the elegant feel, aluminum accents highlight key design elements, while most of the controls and functions are delegated to high-quality plastic switchgear.
The front trunk is deeper and more spacious than you'd expect, but there's still only room for a pair of small-ish weekend bags. Fortunately there's a back seat for extra cargo. The cabin itself offers very little storage, with small door pockets and limited center console space.