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Just wondering how tight the cabin is with two normal size people, is it smaller than say a BRZ?
 

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Just wondering how tight the cabin is with two normal size people, is it smaller than say a BRZ?
I have sat in both, Emira at the roadshow and have spent multiple driving days in a BRZ. Emira actually feels a little roomier than the (original) BRZ.
 
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I was worried about the width after seeing a few videos with two people in the car....
 

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I was worried about the width after seeing a few videos with two people in the car....
I've sat in the Emira both driver and passenger seats with doors closed. It is quite roomy ( says the former Esprit owner) both leg and headroom. It has been reported It is wider and feels wider than the Evora. The question then becomes ' what is an average size person?`
Therefore your results may vary.
It is a GT sportscar, not a family sedan.
 

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There is ample room for two people (of different shapes and sizes) to be comfortable. It does feel a bit 'cosy' if you're coming from a sedan or typical passenger car. The black alcantara on the roof and A-pillars is highly light absorbant, so increases the impression of the cabin being a bit smaller than it actually is.

Lighter coloured interiors (such as ice grey) will make the cabin feel bigger.
 
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There is ample room for two people (of different shapes and sizes) to be comfortable. It does feel a bit 'cosy' if you're coming from a sedan or typical passenger car. The black alcantara on the roof and A-pillars is highly light absorbant, so increases the impression of the cabin being a bit smaller than it actually is.

Lighter coloured interiors (such as ice grey) will make the cabin feel bigger.
I am coming from a BRZ, so if it's no smaller than that I will be happy even if I go alcantara, instead of red (still haven't decided).
 

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