The best looking interior

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Which car has the best looking interior?

I really like the Ferrari 599 GTB Fioranos... Of course the colour changes it a lot, but this one is nice.

What do you recon?

Is there any budget cars that has nice interiors? Usually the "normal" cars are just black plastic with some silver plastic...
 

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Interior comes 2nd place to the exterior but it is beautiful to behold

AM DB9

For "normal cars" the new Honda civic seems like a nice place to be.

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Edit changed my mind!
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Interior comes 2nd place to the exterior but it is beautiful to behold

AM DB9

For "normal cars" the new Honda civic seems like a nice place to be.

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This is what I came here to post - I love the interior of the DB9. I do like the new Civic too, but it is no where close to the best. I quite like Volvo interiors for "normal" cars.

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What is with "high end" cars and loads of buttons? Saab's now are bad at it, and Volvo used to be horrible for this sort of thing. Of course BMW went the opposite direction with I-drive and now their interiors are boring.

The Aston doesn't do it for me. That center console just says "yep, we pulled it from the parts bin." It's a big let down after you see the gauges. Otherwise it would be great.
 
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the saab's is completely bland and flat and boring. I prefer a bit more aggressive:

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Well, high end cars tend to have more options - that means you need more buttons and knobs to control everything. The other option is to make something so complex that you need an iDrive which only has one big button that does everything.

I just noticed that so far we have Aston, Saab, Ford and Volvo - all are either American or owned by American companies! The others are Japanese and the lonely Spyker as the only purebred European contender.
No Mercedes yet?
 
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I think it's interesting that Saab and Volvo have both been picked straight out of the box. Says a lot about Swedish design. And I should have given a mention to that Volvo S40!
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Fantastic piece of design!

And what a surprise that IceBone picked a Mitsubishi:D
 
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Can't blame a girl for liking every aspect of a car ;)

EDIT: I love the perspex center console with nothing behind it, but that's where it ends unfortunatelly.
 
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Ooooh, nice one.

I love interiors.

For special cars, I do love the interior of the DB9, and the Carrera GT.

For normal cars, that's a hard one.

But I think I'll have to settle with the interior of the last A6. I love the functionality of it.

Not to forget the A4 interior, without the satnav. really nice, a very nice place to be.

And to end it all, the Brera, the 159 and the Citro?n C6.

Err, and the last Audi TT. That was just amazing.
 

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All good choices so far. Throwing another one in:

RX-8
 

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I like the RX-8's aggressive design, but the materials are down to a cost. They could have done a bit better on the plastics, but it's still quite good.
 
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