Even though red interiors generally go very well together with white exteriors in the automotive realm, using one of the two colors too much might offset what would otherwise be a very balanced and sporty atmosphere.
Such is the case with the Porsche 911. Its interior has always been functional and attractive, regardless of color combination. This time, though, we’re looking at a modified product, which means that all bets are off when it comes to this cabin.
It was created by Carlex Design, and they never shy away from potent color combos, or from simply picking one color theme and going with it throughout the entire cabin, leaving no surface as it originally was.
The last time we saw Carlex tackle a Porsche interior it was that of the Macan and it looked a little bit something like this. Pretty aggressive, right?
Thankfully, there was no dominant color that could blind you from properly noticing every single detail on the dash, center console, doors or seats, unlike with this 911 right here. If you’re OK with this much red, then you’ll probably love the car, or at least not be bothered by it.
But if you like your interiors (even custom ones) to be unobtrusive visually, then you’re better off letting us know just how much you disagree with Carlex regarding this particular car, and keep admiring that Macan from earlier.