Carisma Auto Design, an expert in making bespoke, super deluxe interior for any type of vehicle, released pictures of a Caddy Escalade project they’ve just finished for a customer. More than 700 hours of labour and 75 square metres of leather have gone into this, and the result is pretty awesome.
This is a nice coincidence, as Cadillac has just revealed an all-new Escalade and it has a much nicer interior than before. Still, Carisma Auto Design wanted to show GM their idea of proper luxury. It may be a little over the top for some, though.
The custom interior features medium tan Connolly leather with real wood veneer insets, two full sized armchairs – forward facing, with electronic tilt and lumbar support controls, drinks cabinet with lead crystal glassware, dimmable mood lighting, a refrigerator, and on-board HD AV system and PC with Windows 8. Just about the only things missing are a pole and a dancer!
The quality, and fit and finish of Carisma Auto Design’s work is on the par with the finest in business like Bentley. Just like them, the wood trims they use are handpicked and handcrafted, and the leather is sourced from environments where barbed wire is illegal, to ensure no damage is caused to the cow’s hide.
They can fit the inside of your car with whatever takes your fancy. Some of their previous works include installing solid crystal ash trays and champagne flutes, integrated premium pen sets with tailored housing, customised seat embroidery, 42” televisions and refrigeration unit.