Jaguar XE Interior Gets Style Boost Thanks To Carlex Design

Less than a week after going to work on a BMW 320i interior, Polish tuner Carlex Design has focused its resources on a 3-Series rival, the Jaguar XE.

Generally seen as a more, let’s say, stylish solution to the 3-Series or Audi A4, the Jaguar XE really does seem like the type of sports sedan you can improve on just by dressing up its interior.

In this case, we have custom leather throughout the cabin, on the front and rear seats, as well as on the door panels, plus custom stitching on all headrests.

The overall effect should be that of a more luxurious product, although it all depends if that’s what you want from a Jaguar XE. Some people might prefer to go the other way and have it look and feel as sporty as possible.

We also noticed that Carlex didn’t replace any other materials in the XE, as the car looks pretty much stock, apart from the dynamic leather patterns. These mods do remind us of what went down inside that red 320i recently – although the Jaguar’s interior is now more “chic”, whereas the Bimmer featured more of a sporty theme.


  • Six_Tymes

    Carlex aside, what I have always thought the one thing that lacks in design the most in Jaguars interiors, are their steering wheels. when will they notice and hire someone else to design a pleasing wheel? i am shocked they have stuck with this for as long as they have. Sorry Carlex for posting about Jags crappy wheels here.

  • Carenthusiast

    Still looks lousy

  • KSegg

    Still looks terrible. That steering wheel is hilariously mis-proportioned.

  • haudit

    Jaguar’s current interiors, particularly on the XE, XF and F-Pace, are pretty naff to look at. It’s all the more surprising when you consider that these insipid, uninspiring designs come from the same company responsible for the interiors of the Range Rover Velar. This Carlex makeover only serves to highlight how underwhelming and unfinished looking the XE’s underlying architecture is.

    • Carenthusiast

      yes you are right, same company but 2 different Luxury brands and no wonder LR/RR’s outsell Jaguar’s all the time.

    • supermanuel

      Different teams.

  • Six Thousand Times

    Not sure how much that really helps.

  • supermanuel

    Turd polished. Zero improvement.

  • TheBelltower

    The custom work doesn’t enhance the interior, but simply highlights how desperately Jaguar needs to create a better interior from the start.

  • Bash

    Thats not a boost in the right direction!

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