You can be forgiven for thinking your interior is a bit of a throwback, especially when the car is based on the VW-based Golf Trackhawk.
But a new article on interior design site Design Biz has revealed that the Trackhawk is more than just a pretty name: it was built in the late ’60s and ’70s, and is one of the only Porsche models to use a diesel engine.
While the cars interior has been overhauled to look more like a modern-day Golf, there’s still a lot of the same basic lines that made it so iconic.
It has an old-school look to it that is inspired by the old VW Golf, and that’s not to say the interior isn’t pretty, either.
The front seats are made of a wood grain, while the rear seats are leather.
The dashboard, shifter knob, and doors all have leather trim.
All the interior components are hand-painted and polished, as well as the dash, doors, and steering wheel.
Design Bizz also said that the interior is not made from a standard panel or molding, and it is instead constructed with a composite material.
The interior will likely remain in production for some time to come.