The glossy carbon fiber on the center console and dashboard work brilliantly with Carlex’s changes. Perhaps our favorite bit of the cabin is an area you won’t see or touch often: the headliner. Finished in Alcantara, Carlex has livened up the headliner further with red and silver coloring down the center. Subtle stitching on the sun visors also adds to the effect.
The beauty of Carlex’s cabins is that the company seems to know exactly how to add drama without spilling over into tacky territory. We saw that with the company’s Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 that came with a sublime caramel-tinted interior last year.
While the owner of this SF90 could have delved into Ferrari’s own customization catalog and opted for Daytona Racing seats and a near-unlimited range of colors, Carlex’s unique approach has made an already special supercar even better.