Carlex Design Turns Simple BMW 320i Into Something More Special

Like its predecessors, the latest BMW 3-Series has established itself as a dominant force within its segment, on a global scale.
Now, if BMW’s stock interpretation of the 3’s interior leaves you begging for more, you can add a little bit something extra by acquiring the services of Carlex Design.

The Bulgarian tuner made sure to leave its mark by covering up the seats (front and rear) and door panel midsection in dynamic leather patterns. Ultimately, their goal was for the interior design to appear as if it is “in motion.”

Moreover, don’t be fooled by the apparent carbon fiber found across the middle of the seats, but also on the center hub of the steering wheel – it’s leather made to look like carbon fiber.

Overall, what we get here may not be as spectacular as other builds that Carlex has put together, yet compare it to a regular 3-Series interior and this revamp will definitely stand out, for better or worse. In a sense, this car’s interior isn’t all that different from the cabin of this Mercedes C63 AMG, which received similar upgrades.

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  • Six_Tymes

    nice work

  • Craig

    You don’t always know when a design crosses the line… but this one did. Just barely. But it did. There is too much going on. The one thing that first caught my eye – and it might just be how the BMW was made – was the top of the dashboard. I thought maybe one of those dashboard carpets you can buy at Walmart was lying on top of the dash!

    • IT’S SEEMS PEOPLE WHO “DESIGN” THINGS DON’T KEEP IN MIND THE ATMOSPHERE IN WHICH THEIR USED. THE TOP OF THE DASH GETS DUSTY AND NEEDS TO BE WIPED DOWN. IN THIS CASE YOU HAVE TO DRAG OUT THE VACUUM.

  • Teo Markwitz

    Its Polisch not Bulgarian!