The main luggage area is in the nose of the car. It offers 145 litres of space (the four-wheel-drive models have slightly less), which is enough for a soft weekend holdall or a few shopping bags. This is more space than you’ll find in an Audi R8, but considerably less than a Jaguar F-type Coupe offers.
Fold the rear seats down, though, and you get another 260 litres of luggage space, which makes the 911 surprisingly practical and gives a combined figure that’s on a par with a VW Golf’s with its rear seats up.
The front compartment is deep, but its square shape does limit what you can carry in it, while the area in the back is stepped. Still, when you consider that part of this rear luggage area sits above the engine, the Porsche is pretty versatile.