Carlex Design Red Crocodile Leather Porsche Cayenne

Interior

They call it ‘Infernus.' We call it outrageous.

Giving new meaning to the phrase 'going overboard' Carlex Design Europe has just released these firstimages of its interior upgrades for the Porsche Cayenne SUV. Fittedwith endless yards of red crocodile leather – stretched over the car’s seats,steering wheel, gear shifter, door trims, door handles and center console – theCayenne also gains loads of red and black tinted wood trim throughout.

The Cayenne in question is an older model of the Porsche,and while Carlex hasn't released any details regarding the car’s tuning andperformance modifications, it does say that this particular Cayenne is good for700 horsepower, making it one very fast croc. We also notice a few Hamann partsinside. Whether you like the outrageous design or not, the attention to detailin the cabin is impressive, and it comes together to form a unique,one-of-a-kind Porsche.

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