For its customers, Ferrari offers almost limitless possibilities for personalizing new cars through the Tailor Made factory program, but for some this is not enough and therefore customers choose third-party tuning studios. One of the companies in demand among luxury car buyers is the Polish firm Carlex Design, which has made a name for itself in the finalization of interiors. The next project was the latest Italian crossover Ferrari Purosangue.
The car received a two-tone body color – a combination of dark green Racing Green and snow-white Pearl White stylized as hand-applied paint with a brush. The 23-inch wheels received a body-coloured center section, and the body is adorned with Carlex Design logos.
The salon is made in the style of the exterior of the crossover. White and green leather are used for finishing, as well as Alcantara of similar shades. Carlex Design emphasizes that their interior version is more luxurious than the factory one, since not just perforated leather was used on the seats and door panels, but elements woven from leather threads.
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A complete set of improvements to the Ferrari Purosangue will cost the buyer 65 thousand euros, which is not so expensive against the background of the base cost of the Italian crossover of 390 thousand euros. Recall that the novelty is equipped with a 725-horsepower 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 from the Ferrari 812 Superfast in combination with an 8-speed robotic gearbox and all-wheel drive.
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