The Ferrari Purosangue is Ferrari’s first V12 crossover SUV and it’s definitely an eye-catcher. It is scheduled to be launched in 2023 and, according to Ferrari, is the perfect combination of sport, luxury and versatility. But what if you want to give Purosangue more character and uniqueness? Then comes the team Carlex Design in the game. Carlex is a Polish tuner that specializes in improving car interiors, but is also increasingly making visual changes to the car’s body. The company has already created a few variants, such as the Mercedes-Benz X-Class Exy or the Ford Ranger as the luxury Yachting Edition.
Ferrari Purosangue by Carlex Design
And now Carlex has ventured into Purosangue and created an impressive tuning package. The Carlex Design package includes interior renovations with quality materials and colors. The seats are upholstered in white and green leather, which is painted for a very special effect. A white-green theme permeates the entire interior. The door panels, dashboard and center console are also finished with leather (part Alcantara) in the mix, which is also partially covered. The steering wheel is covered in Alcantara and has a green accent in the form of a 12.00 o’clock marker. Additionally, the Carlex Design logo can be seen on the headrests and dashboard.
And the exterior of the Purosangue is also fitted with original buttons, but fortunately not with wild body kits. In this regard, Italian has not yet changed. However, Carlex Design in the picture – which, by the way, is still quite true – the lower part of the body painted in a gray tone, which contrasts well with the green calipers of the brake and the color of the green color from the waist. The paint was applied by hand using a special technique.
the trend is towards €500,000
And the 23-inch multi-spoke wheels with the Carlex logo match the color and look and have a special design with two five spokes. As far as we know, the Carlex Design package is a limited edition that is only available to select customers. As expected, the price is steep, because the conversion alone, with new rims, should cost around €65,000. Then there is the basic Purosangue, which starts around €380,000. So if you want a unique and individual Purosangue, you should hurry and contact Carlex Design with a complete wallet. If we get more information, there is of course an update to this report. You will be notified about this only if you subscribe to our feed. Enjoy viewing the photos and stay true to us!
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Photo credit: Carlex Architecture (+ photo design)