As good as you'd expect a Porsche SUV to look. There is a low, lean front edge with the Porsche badge clearly on display, and a sleek elegant body that curves downwards at the back.
It's as sophisticated as you'd want it to be with a touch of sportiness thrown in. Oh, and expensive. It looks expensive. Which is exactly how it should look.
Inside is quite luxurious, with leather everywhere you look. On the dash, the doors, on the seats, which are also super comfortable, on the steering wheel, on the gear stick.
It's all about the leather which has a variety of finishes. Pebble finish for hard wearing areas, perforated leather for the centre of the seats and smooth leather accents for the steering wheel and to add extra luxury where it's not going to wear too hard.
The centre console is in a high gloss black and there's a completely digitalised touchscreen and touch panel below the screen.
This particular Porsche had a panoramic sunroof optioned in ($4490) which has a dark window tint on it so you can keep it open even when the sun is high in the sky.
Everything is of high quality and you won't feel like you're not in a Porsche. You are, just the SUV version.