1) How many sit in the back seat? I.e. is this a 4-occupant car or a 5-occupant car? Is there a tunnel in the middle of the floor in the rear? 2) How much rear headroom is there? In their efforts to incorporate resemblance to the 911 roofline, they sacrifice rear seat headroom. 3) Is the front of the car a trunk, or is it taken up by mechanicals? The bottom line is, this car is probably going to leave a lot to be desired in the practicality department, especially compared to the Model S. (leaving the 7-passenger rear seats option out of it!) But this doesn't matter. Porsche's M.O. is "profits through high prices enabled by exclusivity." They don't mind if the design of the car sacrifices a lot of buyers. They don't want to sell that many cars anyway. They will engineer the car so it can be used around a racetrack, something that less than 0.1% of car drivers around the world ever do. But we have created a world where *every* combustion car needs to be replaced by a BEV. This is why Tesla makes their cars appeal to as many people as possible, and trades racetrack usefulness for everyday practicality and massive appeal to a wide range of buyers. Their M.O. is "make the cars as cheap as they can be and appeal to as many buyers as possible."