Ferrari SF90 Interior Upgraded With Bugatti Luxury

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The standard car's interior looks ordinary by comparison.

As a piece of design, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale approaches perfection. It's immediately identifiable as a Ferrari, but has just enough futuristic touches to distinguish it as an Italian hybrid for a new, electrified era. So as an aftermarket tuner, how do you possibly improve on the SF90 Stradale's beauty? You don't. Instead, if you're Carlex Design, you make more meaningful changes to the interior. Carlex has pulled off some unbelievable customized interiors through the years, and it has now revealed pictures of the finished result when the company had its way with Ferrari's hybrid supercar.

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Carlex Design
Carlex Design
Carlex Design

With Carlex's standard of craftsmanship, the SF90's cool but somewhat austere interior is revitalized to great effect. The company stuck with a red, black, and silver color scheme that perfectly suits this SF90's red paintwork. The seats look gorgeous and come with perforated sections in the leather. They also appear to be substantially bolstered which should make this a pretty decent GT for cross-country trips, especially considering that it has 986 horsepower combined.

Carlex also saw fit to retrim the steering wheel and dashboard. Once again, the use of red highlights and different textures add a warmth and opulence that is lacking slightly in the standard car.

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Carlex Design
Carlex Design
Carlex Design
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The glossy carbon fiber on the center console and dashboard work brilliantly with Carlex's changes. Perhaps our favorite bit of the cabin is an area you won't see or touch often: the headliner. Finished in Alcantara, Carlex has livened up the headliner further with red and silver coloring down the center. Subtle stitching on the sun visors also adds to the effect.

The beauty of Carlex's cabins is that the company seems to know exactly how to add drama without spilling over into tacky territory. We saw that with the company's Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 that came with a sublime caramel-tinted interior last year.

While the owner of this SF90 could have delved into Ferrari's own customization catalog and opted for Daytona Racing seats and a near-unlimited range of colors, Carlex's unique approach has made an already special supercar even better.

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Carlex Design
Carlex Design
Carlex Design
Carlex Design

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