22. Spyker C8 Preliator’s Stunning Interior
One word: Opulent. That is all I can think of when I look at the curry colored interior of the Spyker C8 Preliator. Unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, this Dutch sports car is indeed Opulent with a capital O.
This limited edition (only 50 will be made) sports car interior has finely designed touches that you and I would never think of in a zillion years. Take a took at that manual transmission shift knob. See how its gear linkage is exposed? Opulent, right? Oh, and that shit knob is part of a manual tranny that has three, yeah three, shift pedals. And, how do you dig all of those instruments and switches? It looks like something out of Willie Wonka, you know, the first film with Gene Wilder, not the dark Johnny Depp vehicle. Every switch in the interior of this gorgeous and totally impressive piece of rolling art was milled out of solid blocks of aluminum and then polished with distilled unicorn tears. Each switch costs $50.
And, of course, the diamond-pattern stitching of the leather interior is stunningly opulent being precise and extravagant at the same time. Sure, while this sports car interior does not have luxuries such as a television, a bar, or a massage function, its beauty is hard to beat.
21. BMW 740i Luxurious Outside and Inside.
The BMW 740i is an executive car that simply oozes class and luxury. When you ride as a passenger in a BMW 740i, you will be treated one of the smoothest, quietest rides of you life.
The rear of the cabin is enormous. In fact, it is so large that the passenger seats recline and there are footstools for the passengers to put their feet up on. And, as you are laid back relaxing in the rear, you can take advantage of the massaging seats and your individual climate controls. And, of course, you and all of the other passengers in BMW 740i have your very own touchscreens to check out directions on or to watch videos.
But, what really sets this German-made interior apart from just about every other car interior out there is is Ambient Air Package that lets you select the interior car scent of your choice out of eight options. Most of the scent choices are from nature and on those days that you want to go totes cray cray, you can even go with two scents at the same time!
Now, with all of that having been said, I must admit that though this BMW interior is much more luxurious than the interior of the Spyker C8 Preliator, I still much prefer the sheer beauty of the Dutch one. How about you?
20. Porsche 911 Turbo S’s Inrerior Is Sleek And S3xy
First off, I have got to lay down some cold hard facts about the interior of the Porsche 911 Turbo S. The base interior that comes with one of the pared-down models of the fine German sports car ain’t the most beautiful nor the most luxurious nothing, though it is still pretty nice.
However, once you start adding the interior options to your new Porsche 911 Turbo, things get very interesting. Heck, they get both beautiful and luxurious. In fact, there are some many substantial options you can add to your car’s interior that if you added all of them, it’d take more than $50k out of your pocket! Just a few of these interior options include the famed 18-way power adjustable seats with memory which are perfect for those currently struggling to get comfortable with those 14-way adjustable seats from the Dark Ages, natural leather, and air vent slats that are painted with the color of your choosing.
And, of course, the greatest thing about this interior is that it comes inside a friggin’ Porsche 911 turbo, one of the most iconic cars of all time. Dang, I actually believe that the Porsche 911 is the most iconic sports car of all time!