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Ford Mustang GT Convertible Gets A Sumptuous, Plush Interior From Carlex Design

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There are few shops so willing and able to craft a bold, bespoke vehicle interior on the same level as Carlex Design. The Polish shop’s dedication to quality and craftsmanship is evident in every project it takes on, and it’s on full display in this sixth-generation Ford Mustang GT convertible’s sumptuous interior.

Ford Mustang GT convertible custom interior by Carlex Design 01

The Mustang caught the attention of our friends over at Motor1, who took note of the pony car’s cream-colored, quilted-leather seat upholstery and glossy-finish carbon fiber dash. The same pleasing, cream-colored leather also covers the center console, center stack, parts of the steering wheel, and most of the door skins. Most of the rest is covered in gorgeous black leather, or like HVAC outlets, door handles, and door pulls, wears a chrome finish.

Photo: Carlex Design
Photo: Carlex Design

Turning Ford’s blue-collar Mustang GT into a bona fide luxury car is no small feat, but for all the modern Mustangs we’ve seen, this is perhaps the first that looks as though it’d be a truly pleasant place to sit. We’re not sure we’d say the same of that peppermint-style Carlex Design Ford Mustang we saw awhile back (via Carscoops), which seems to have been commissioned by The White Stripes’ number-one fan.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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  1. Now that is a great looking interior. The reason I bought a new generation Mustang (’15) was because I liked how it upped the level of sophistication. Finally leaving the trailer park.

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