Riding on a longer wheelbase than the 2006 model, the 2007 S80 actually feels smaller inside, especially for legs. Front seats are comfortable, however, though they could use more thigh support, and driver memory controls are awkwardly placed above the eight-way power controls on the bottom left side of the seat, and why manual lumbar for a $60,000 car? Hmmm. Otherwise, the seats and cabin are nicely done. Foot room is compromised slightly, though, as the foot well limits space at the side and the dead pedal positioned too high. Overall, a cockpit that's slightly too small, but comfy enough to spend a commute or a long drive, thanks to a smart layout and quality materials. Getting inside is a little awkward, as driver ingress is impeded by a large steering wheel. Sure, the wheel tilts and telescopes, but the mechanism is hard to use.