Porsche 911 review

Category: Sports car

Section: Passenger & boot space

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  • Porsche 911 2022 front
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  • Porsche 911 2022 dashboard
  • Porsche 911 2022 rear seats
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  • Porsche 911 2022 rear badge detail
  • Porsche 911 2022 driver display
  • Porsche 911 2022 interior detail
  • Porsche 911 2022 front
  • Porsche 911 2022 rear cornering
  • Porsche 911 2022 dashboard
  • Porsche 911 2022 rear seats
  • Porsche 911 2022 interior
  • Porsche 911 2022 front right tracking
  • Porsche 911 2022 rear right tracking
  • Porsche 911 2022 rear right static
  • Porsche 911 2022 rear badge detail
  • Porsche 911 2022 driver display
  • Porsche 911 2022 interior detail
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In this section:
  • Front space
  • Rear space
  • Seat folding and flexibility
  • Boot space

Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

Front space

The Porsche 911 driver's seat slides back a long way, and there’s a decent amount of head room in the front – even for tall adults. The centre console, which fences off the driver from their passenger, is quite wide but is also padded, so it's not uncomfortable to rest your left knee against.

A passenger isn't quite as well catered for when it comes to storage space. The glovebox is deep but quite narrow, making it hard to fit more than a few documents inside, while the door bins are on the small side. You do get two cup-holders, though, along with a shallow storage area under the central armrest for a wallet or phone.

It's worth noting that unless you specify the optional full electric adjustment on the Carrera and Carrera S, you have to return the front seats to their original position manually after you've moved them forward to allow access to the rear seats.

Boot space

The main luggage area, which is in the nose of the car, is big enough to stow a carry-on suitcase, a soft weekend holdall or a few shopping bags.

It's certainly better than nothing, but you do get more boot space in front-engined sports cars, such as the Jaguar F-Type and Mercedes-AMG GT.

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Target Price from £89,400
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