Having owned many exotic super cars I simply have no idea why some people say the GTR has a crapp interior,I think it's a really nice place to be ? :thumbsup:
That is why I like it with it's 1980/1990's retro interior and it's supercar performance - almost negative snoberyDepends what you're used to. Honestly after sitting in a new RS6 for example, the GTR does feel very low rent. It's a combination of incessant rattles, lack of soundproofing and lower quality materials. The actual cabin design is fine, but you can't tell me that carpet on doors is acceptable to you! I haven't seen that on any car since the eighties! Also the attempt at sprucing up the dash, a-pillar and door trims is a little bit half arsed, as it's done in leather look vinyl, not real leather, same as the fake leather rear seats.
To be more upmarket inside, the GTR should have:
- Real leather dash, a-pillars, door linings and back seats
- Headling, and all scratching black plastic pieces (mostly rear) in alcantara
- Real carbon instead of mock aluminium centre console and door trims (looks very Hyundai cheapo)
All IMHO of course.
the McClaren P1 rattles quite nicely for an electric carRattles? The interior on mine doesn't rattle at all. Feels really solid inside.
Now, the brakes, the bell housing and the oily bits? They rattle, but that's all part of the cutting edge design. One day, all cars will rattle this way. Oh, wait. No they won't. They'll be silent electric, with a sound track so kids can hear it coming and get out of the street.
Then I'll remenis about when I used to have a car that made some real mechanical noise.
Ain't got time to listen. Seeing too much blurr! :thumbsup: