Carlex Design could be understood as a signifier for some of the finest interiors ever made. Cars which have gone under the hands of the Carlex experts arrive with fancy, elegant and stylish looks which can outshine any other in market. The most recent project of the tuner is a BMW M3 model which is called the Black Spinell.
The choice of name is rather intriguing because the black spinel, in particular, represents a gemstone and is one of the rarest spinels in the world. An interesting fact is that gemstones of this type adorn the crown of the Queen of England. So why the name then? A simple answer would be that Carlex Design have tried to craft out something unique, something rare, something that will turn the BMW M3 into an automotive jewel which everyone would like the own.
Initially, the white color on the outside and black interior were found by the owner "rather dull, lacking dynamics and rebellious feel to it." Looking for a more sophisticated appeal, he obviously went to the right people for this job.
Carlex Design BMW M3 Black Spinell then received an ink-black interior made from a range of different materials. There is "Bentley nappa" leather which is accompanied by "braided" cowhide leather. In order to create more masculine and mature-looking environment, the skillful experts used carbon optic leather and schwartz (black again) Alcantara. In their attempts to top everything off, the guys from Carlex Design crafted out a steering wheel made of a healthy dose of carbon fiber, Alcantara and Nubuck leather.
With such dark powers, the redesigned BMW M3 becomes a real catch, don't you think?
Source: Carlex Design