The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is a vehicle so impressive, and so fast, that it doesn’t make much sense to try and improve its performance, nor even its looks. That’s where Carlex Design comes into the equation.
While Ferrari does craft some absolutely beautiful interiors for its cars, the owner of this particular SF90 Stradale obviously wanted something a little more, so they sent it to the Polish interior specialists to work their magic.
Kicking things off are overhauled seats trimmed in a combination of black, red, and silver leather and Alcantara, complete with a complex and intricate design. The headrests also feature bright red Prancing Horse embroidery.
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Complementing the uniquely styled dashboard of the SF90 Stradale are a number of distinctive touches, such as red, silver, and black accents. There is also new red stitching on the steering wheel, as well as a new silver Prancing Horse badge which we think suits the cabin well and doesn’t stand out as much as a typical yellow Prancing Horse badge would.
A number of new carbon fiber parts have also been fitted, particularly on the transmission tunnel, and contrasted with red and silver painted lines. Carlex Design even went to the trouble of creating an Alcantara headliner for the hybrid supercar that features red and silver painted parts. Completing the upgrades are new floor mats for both the driver and passenger.
Carlex Design hasn’t said how much it charges to overhaul the interior of an SF90 Stradale like this but customers are offered a wide scope of personalization options with any of its creations. It spent three weeks overhauling the cabin of this car and we’re sure the owner is very pleased with the results.