Carlex gives Ferrari 812 Superfast a brand new stunning interior
Finally a tuning company that tries a little harder
I remember reading one of Clarkson's columns - it must've been about a million years ago - where he wrote that car makers should prioritize comfort and styling of the interior over the exterior because at the end of the day we spend most of our time inside our car rather than looking at it. Car makers and tuning companies rarely do this, especially with high-performance cars, but Carlex Design, a Polish tuner, decided to finally changed the paradigm with their new 812 Superfast.
The cabin has been reupholstered with a mix of black leather, with contrast silver and yellow piping and stitching, and Alcantara. They've also added new floor mats, dedicated plaques behind the seats and yellow accents for the centre console, door panels, headliner and dashboard.
The naturally-aspirated 6.5-litre V12 that lives under the bonnet was left untouched, putting out 789 hp and 530 lb-ft of torque and propelling the 812 from standstill to 60 in just 2.9 seconds, and the car will keep on accelerating all the way to its 211 mph top speed.
Carlex hasn't said anything about pricing (yet) but the 812 Superfast will set you back $335,000 in the US and £262,963 in the UK, so it probably won't be cheap.