After doing a couple of fairly lively BMW Z4s, interior specialist Carlex Design needed to do something a bit more grown up. So they got themselves a Porsche 911 and gave it a lavish treatment inside the cabin. They call it the Blue Electric.
Since Carlex Design Porsche 911 was blue on the outside, the tuner deiced to go a blue and black two-tone for the interior. As usual, the material is a mix of leather and Alcantara with contrast stitching, and as usual, they cover every inch of the cabin. No visible surface has remained untouched.
The biggest highlight of Carlex Design Porsche 911 is the design of the carbon sport bucket seats which is altered with the firm’s signature design. The same sort of patterns can be found on the consoles and door panels. The use of blue accents on just the right places has given the cockpit a very special look and feel.
Another unique feature of electric blue 911 is all the semi-gloss graphite trim pieces which have replaced the standard brushed aluminum bits. They don’t look as brash as carbon fiber, and that is why they are much cooler. Still, one might argue car like this should not care for understatement.