Carlex gives the Ferrari 812 Superfast new levels of luxury.
The new hardcore Ferrari 812 Competizione is debuting next month with more power and more aggressive styling than the standard 812 Superfast. Aftermarket tuners like Novitec have already extracted more performance from the prancing horse. Now, Carlex has offered another unique take on the 812 Superfast.
Unlike other tuning projects we've seen recently, Carlex has focused entirely on the interior, giving the supercar levels of luxury you would expect to find in a Mercedes-Benz. Just about every part of the cabin is covered in a mix of dark leather and Alcantara with contrasting yellow and grey accents.
Original seams, colored inserts, and perforated and embroidered motifs adorn the leather seats. As part of the conversion, yellow trim elements have been added to the center console, dashboard, door panels, and headliner. The steering wheel also features hand-trimmed leather with contrasting yellow stitching. Other enhancements include new floor mats and a Carlex plaque behind the seats to remind occupants that this is no ordinary 812 Superfast.
The Ferrari 812 Superfast is powered by a naturally-aspirated 6.5-liter V12 producing 789 horsepower and 530 lb-ft of torque, enabling the front-engined grand tourer to hit 0-60 mph in 2.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 211 mph.
If that's not enough power for you, the new Competizione will have an increased output of 818 horsepower, making it the most powerful naturally-aspirated Ferrari road car ever. It also boasts several exterior enhancements to distinguish it including redesigned front air intakes, a carbon fiber blade on the hood, and a redesigned rear spoiler.
We'll have to wait and see if the new hardcore 812 offers any interior enhancements, but the cabin won't be anywhere near as lavish as Carlex's latest creation. Carlex hasn't announced how much this luxury conversion costs, but the 812 Superfast will set you back $335,000.