Driving a sports car used to mean sacrificing comfort and convenience. Early sports cars were inspired by race cars, and indeed, many did double-duty as standard transportation on the weekdays and race vehicles on the weekend. In search of performance, racers would strip out everything that they considered inessential from their cars. Padding, headliners, door panels, and radios all went into the bin to reduce vehicle weight. The result was a faster car that was torturous to drive, but the racers were willing to make the sacrifice.
A modern sports car asks much less sacrifice from its driver. Craftsmanship and material selection are at premium luxury levels, and available infotainment options match some of the best systems found in an executive sedan.
Here, in alphabetical order by brand, are our choices for the 10 Best Sports Car Interiors.