Total 911’s top six Porsche 911 interiors of all time

If you are a Porsche 911 owner who actually likes to get behind the wheel of their car, you, in all likelihood, spend more time on the inside than you do staring at your neunelfer’s iconic silhouette.

Therefore, the interior needs to be up to scratch. So, without any further ado, here are our six favourite Porsche 911 cockpits. Which is your top choice?

6) Porsche 964 Carrera RS
964 RS interior

While at the time, some bemoaned the 964 Carrera RS for not being extreme enough, we really like the simplicity and attention to detail. The Spartan door cards were a nod to previous Rennsports (and are now a tradition) while the colour-matched, triple-tone bucket seats truly compliment the whole aesthetic.

5) Porsche 911S 2.0
911 2.0S interior

You’ll struggle to find much more charm and character in any other Porsche 911 interior. The original 911S’s cockpit genuinely transports you back in time. The green-numbered dials are gorgeous while dashboard materials don’t get much cooler than basket weave (why do you think Singer has replicated this?)

4) Porsche 997.2 GT3 RS
997.2 GT3 RS interior

If there was one word to describe the 997.2 GT3 RS’s interior it would undoubtedly be “purposeful”. The centre console stripped of PCM (a no-cost option), the swathes of Alcantara, the carbon-backed, Nomex-clad bucket seats and that roll cage all make you want to buckle up and head to your nearest track.

3) G-Series Porsche 911s
Porsche 911 Turbo #1 (1974)

Pasha patterns and tartan check aren’t to everyone’s taste but you have to admire Porsche’s trim options during the G-Series Porsche 911 era. Now, with the market favouring originality, 2.7-litre, 3.0-litre and SC 911s with these eye-catching cloths are some of the most desirable impact bumper cars around.

2) Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Clubsport
3.2 Clubsport interior

While the standard 3.2 Carrera was a Yuppie icon, complete with full leather interior, the stripped back Clubsport was bestowed with these natty blue velour pinstripe seats with a similarly hued dashboard top. The contrast with the red exterior stripes is what really makes this interior.

1) Porsche 991 50th Anniversary Edition
Jubiläumsmodell 50 Jahre 911

Pastiche is not normally a good thing, especially when it comes to car design. However, Porsche perfected the retro throwback look with the 991 50 Anniversary interior. With the NOS ‘Pepita’ seat fabric and green dials (combined with the 991’s excellent ergonomics) this is the interior we’d choose to spend hours in behind the wheel.

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Comments (1)

  • Juha U Kivekäs

    Again Total911 mocks 996 inderectly, but, well consciously.

    My favorite is the 996 and 997. 991 has far too big center console. In the the older ones dashboards are partly hidden by the steering wheel and the wheel is far too far away for longer driver. If you are above 190 cm forget all the old bodies. 996 is the first one that you will be comfortable. Me being 197 cm I can’t fit to the old bodies at all: the seat at the back, steering wheel 15..20 cm too far and the transversal beam under the dashboard hits my leg viciously. Great cars but awful cockpits!