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The T.50 is essentially the McLaren F1 reborn. That means a naturally aspirated V-12 engine, a manual transmission, world-class driving dynamics, and a wild three-seat interior with a central driver's seat. The coolest new car interior out right now? Probably.
Though Honda has no plans to sell its adorable E hatchback here in the U.S., we still think it deserves a spot on this list. The interior is simplistic and easy to look at, with plenty of screens and wood trim that brings it all together.
The Sián is Lamborghini's latest hypercar, packing 819 horsepower thanks to supercapacitor-based hybrid tech and a V-12. It uses the latest iteration of the company's aggressive interior design, with a vertically mounted touchscreen and a starter button shrouded in a red flip-up cover, not unlike a launch button.
Chevrolet C8 Corvette
That two-spoke wheel might be polarizing for some, but from the driver's seat, the new C8 Corvette's interior fells more like a fighter jet cockpit than sports-car cabin. The digital dash gives you all the information you need, and a long row of buttons separates you from the passenger.
Being branded as the most luxurious car on earth means the Phantom has to have a first-class cabin. And believe us, it certainly does. Every piece of trim is made of high-quality material, expertly laid out to provide the most comfortable motoring experience you can buy.
The Navigator is the perfect vehicle for moving people or towing things in total comfort, and a lot of that has to do with its lovely interior. There's a wide range of tech features, a massive center console, and plenty of soft leather surfaces
The new A8's cabin is a lovely place to spend time, but what really interests us is all the tech. The gauge cluster is fully digital, and the dashboard consists of two massive touchscreens that control everything in the car. Higher trim-level cars even get a removable tablet in the back seat to control climate and media.
The Chiron's interior is much simpler than a lot of cars on this list, and that's not a bad thing. There's no big infotainment screen or sea of buttons to distract you from the road. All the controls are simple and elegantly laid out.
Volvo is famous for having some of the most comfortable seats in the game, and the XC90 is no different. Pair that with a minimalistic yet usable dash setup, and you've got yourself one of the best SUV interiors out there.
Whether you go coupe, sedan, or convertible, the S-Class provides one of the most luxurious, well-appointed cabins on the market. The seats are impeccable and the dual digital screens provide all the tech-related features you could ever ask for. A new version is due out soon, and it looks even better.
Mazda MX-5 Miata
Nowadays it seems like every new car has too many buttons, features, and options, leaving the driver overwhelmed. The Miata has been (and continues to be) a great example of a simple interior done right. The seating position is perfect, and the gear selector falls comfortably into place.
Tesla Model S
Say what you will about Tesla—the company knows how to make a cool interior. The gauge cluster is digital, and the entire center dash is occupied by a massive touchscreen that controls everything from navigation to climate control.
McLaren has always taken a minimalistic approach to its interiors, and the cabin in the 720S is its best yet. All the controls are clear and concise, and feel great to the touch. Plus, there's that sweet two-way folding gauge cluster.
Like the T.50, the McLaren Speedtail has a center driver's seating position with two passenger seats on either side, just like the legendary F1. There's no way it shouldn't be included on this list.
Bentley Continental GT
The Continental GT looks stunning inside and out, but the most interesting part of the car is the rotating center display. It can switch between a blank panel or three analog-style gauges when not in use.
The Toyota Century is a Japan-only affair, but we still think it deserves a spot on this list. What other super-luxury car out there can you get with cloth seats?
That wonderful V-8 drivetrain and those stunning looks aren't the only things we love about the LC500. The interior is comfortable and welcoming—a great place to spend a long road trip. The only thing we're not fans of is the infotainment system.
Audi RS 6 Avant
Pretty much any car in Audi's current RS lineup would fit on this list—the company's performance division has a habit of designing nice cabins. We just chose the RS 6 Avant because it's the latest and greatest.
Porsche's newest interior design checks pretty much all of the boxes—the driver has a perfect seating position, and visibility is great. The new digital dash is modern, yet traditional. We're curious to see what a stick shift lever will look like in here.