GT-R Orange Edition by Carlex Design

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Godzilla gets treated to a sumptuous new interior courtesy of one meticulous Polish firm.

Polish interior specialist Carlex Design has an impressive portfolio of well turned out cabins, but its latest effort may well be its crowning achievement. Based on the Nissan GT-R, the Orange Edition interior is so-called because of the orange leather trim that's been used to trim it. Alcantara and leather are the materials of choice for the supercar-killing Nissan. The seats get an Alcantara center with leather surround and laser-burnt honeycomb design, and the dashboard is finished in Alcantara with carbon-fiber accents.

The steering wheel and headliner sport a healthy helping of white leather, orange stitching matches the leather, while headrests are embroidered with the GT-R logo. The cabin complements the exterior that boasts a solid white body, contrasting black and orange rims, and orange and black striping emanating from the side air vents.

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