Sprinkling Diamond Dust: Carlex’s Luxe Touch on 7 SUVs

Luxurious Vehicles: Aston Martin, Bentley, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Mercedes-AMG, Land Rover, and Rolls-Royce.

The newest line from Carlex Design, known as “Himalaya” within the Seven Elysia project, is possibly its most remarkable yet. It features a selection of seven highly desired luxury SUVs currently available in the market.

Let’s discuss the Aston Martin DBX, Bentley Bentayga, Ferrari Purosangue, Lamborghini Urus, Mercedes-AMG G-Class, Land Rover Range Rover Vogue, and Rolls-Royce Cullinan. The Polish manufacturer has set a restriction of only seven units for each model, resulting in a total of 49 revamped ultra-luxury SUVs as part of their collection.

The collection, aptly named as the hand-made collection, honors the “limitless magnificence of the tallest peaks in the world and the exquisite opulence of the leather that shares its name.”

It appears that all seven models will receive identical exterior and interior enhancements. However, their original factory design layouts, such as the dashboard, have been preserved but updated with silver, white, and gold accents, including diamond dust. According to Carlex Design, their transformation is characterized as a “striking transformation of the interior and a delicate enhancement of the exterior.”

The boxy models showcased in this collection, such as the Cullinan, AMG G63, and Range Rover Vogue, feature a unique stone-like pattern that spans from the headlights to the taillights. Each set of wheels sports a distinct multi-spoke design, evoking images of luxurious Rolls-Royce vehicles.

The interior design of this vehicle features a consistent color scheme, utilizing Himalayan leather coated with white gold and diamond dust. The factory-installed technological features remain intact, but every other component within the interior has been meticulously redesigned – from the speaker grilles to the foot pedals. In fact, even the aroma of each material used was taken into careful consideration. As with other extravagant interior projects by Carlex Design, their personal touch is evident through the inclusion of their signature branding on various elements such as the seats.

Carlex Design has not released a specific cost for their collection, but it can be deduced that the cars inspired by the Himalayas will not come at a low price due to the already exorbitant prices of the base models from the factory. The unexpected arrival of the Ferrari brand’s SUV model starts at a staggering $400,000.

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