Carlex design is known for its massive interior overhauls of already high-end and luxurious automobiles. The latest car the Polish tuning company has given its extroverted treatment to is the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta – a car that actually wears Carlex’s interior mods pretty well.
Just about every surface in the F12’s cabin was done over by Carlex in either leather, Alcantara or carbon fiber. If there’s a surface that’s covered in material one those three materials, it’s probably painted yellow to match the Ferrari’s Giallo Moden exterior color. Contrasting yellow sections also adorn the seats, doors, steering wheel and central tunnel section and us joined by contrasting yellow stitching throughout.
The exterior of Carlex’s F12 has been left untouched as has the 6.3-liter V12 engine, as far as we know. The company’s upgrades are exclusive to the cabin – save for the yellow and black leather wrapped key that’s also available. This F12 also features a black vinyl decal running through its beltline and gloss black Ferrari factory wheels.
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