As beautiful as some cars are, few have astonishing interiors to match.
Sure, they may come with the finest leather and cushioning, but usually the interiors are too cramped and simply typical to spend time talking about.
But some luxury car makers blow others out of the water when it comes to creating luxurious rides inside and out.
Scroll down for a closer look at these stunning car interiors fit for royalty.
The car has three rows of seats but the interior has been designed to increase the amount of leg room. Each seat can also slide back to give your legs some extra room.
A touch screen allows every passenger to control the temperature and fan speed to fit their liking. There's also a front glove box to keep beverages chilled.
9. The Audi Q7 is loaded with driver-assistant technology to make it a much more enjoyable ride, but the interior is just as luxurious as its high-tech features.
The front seats come with standard heating, but for a few extra thousand you can get seats made with ventilated leather and a built-in massager.
The interior also has ambient lighting and you can opt to get a sound system with 23 speakers powered by a 23 channel amplifier so it feels like you're hearing live music.
8. The Tesla Model X tends to take people's breath away with its sweep, falcon wing doors. But the interior is just as luxurious as the exterior.
The Model X has three rows of seats, but it has the largest interior storage capacity of its class. With 77 cubic feet, there's a nice amount of leg room in that car.
You can also push a button to move the second row of seats up so it's easy to slide in.
You can also breathe easy when you're riding in the Model X. The car has a HEPA filter system to provide medical-grade air.
7. Land Rover has taken its flagship design and added luxurious perks to create the 2016 SVAutobiography.
The rear passenger seats come with a little foot rest for ultimate relaxation. They also recline and can give you a massage!
There's a folding table that comes out of the center console so those sitting in the back can have something to lean on.
All of the controls are located in the rear center console. There are also sockets so the passenger can charge just about any device.
That beautiful wood you see is extracted from Black Wattle trees. It's extracted using an 'organic process' making the wood featured throughout the car sustainable.
There's even a bottle chiller in that center console in case you want to take some champagne on your ride.
The rear passenger seat can recline, and a footstool pops out the back of the passenger seat so you can put your feet up.
The passenger seats also have built-in massagers, heating, and cooling.
The car even comes with an 'Ambient Air Package' that allows you to choose from eight different scents to give your car's interior smell an update. There are water and plant fragrances you can choose from, and you can even do two at once.
The interior's leather seats give the car an extra luxurious feel. It even comes with its own champagne holder!
You can also charge your smartphone using the pocket in the center console. The car also comes with other fun details, like special pockets for your sunglasses and pens.
Bentley will even give you the champagne flutes.
3. The Mercedes-Maybach S-Class Pullman, as you can probably tell by its outer appearance, has plenty of leg room on the inside.
The back comes with four seats, where on pair of seats faces the other pair. That gives it the feel of a limousine.
The seats recline and there is room in the center console for champagne and champagne flutes.
2. The Bentley Bentayga offers several luxurious features, like front seats that can give you a massage.
You can elect to get the version with the Mulliner Hamper Set, which comes with a refrigerator, fine china, and a storage area for food.
1. Rolls-Royce has a bespoke collection that shows customisation and tweaks you can add to upgrade the interior of the car.
This version is called Serenity and is featured in the Rolls Royce Phantom. The seats are made of silk and the painted details remind you of a Japanese garden.
The silk is hand-woven and hand dyed. Each crimson blossom was also hand painted onto the silk material. In total, each silk panel inside the car took some 600 hours of work, according to Rolls-Royce.
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