The Vantage is a strict two-seater, but it has lots of space for two tall adults. They’ll have no complaints about the amount of head or leg room, while there’s no danger of even two burly blokes rubbing shoulders. Both front seats are fully electric as standard.
Elsewhere, storage is a little tight. There’s no glovebox and each door has only a fairly slim pocket. A small cubby is located behind the infotainment rotary dial and there’s a modest cubby beneath the central armrest, but that’s your lot.
The boot is located beneath a large hatch, so access is good and Aston Martin reckons you can fit two sets of golf clubs inside (although they'd have to be very small sets). However, the space is pretty flat, so it’s perhaps no surprise that you won’t be taking a large suitcase with you. At best, you’ll fit a couple of carry-on cases plus a soft bag.
Ultimately, while a Porsche 911 doesn’t offer more room for its front passengers, it does come with a couple of extra seats behind for bags or very small children, making it the more practical choice should this matter to you.
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