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Audi A6 Gets Red Honeycomb Interior from Carlex Design

Inspiration for a custom car interior can come from all sorts of places, including the world of racing or mother nature. But our favorite source is the steampunk, a sci-fi art style that Polish interior specialists Carlex Design used to make a killer MINI. And it is them who unleashed the A6 Honeycomb onto the world wide webs today, a red and black combo that has a sting to it.
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"Following consultation with the client and with the Carlex Design team of graphic designers involved, we could finally start working on the design sketches. We had at our disposal the modern Audi interior with brilliant seats which were the excellent starting point for making our unique concepts a reality. The project design was approved unanimously," the company says.

Re-trimming the A6's seats proved to be the most difficult task, but they pulled it off well. Now, there are Audis that are sold with red and black interiors, including the whole S3 range. However, none of them have the same class and finesse as this project, which could easily pass off as something the boys at Bentley did.

The rear bench now looks more supportive and stylish, like a 1+1 sofa rather than a park bench. And of course this being Carlex, the whole dash and the door cars were covered in leather, this time using more black for a discrete look. We don't know if the customer is happy with his A6, but we'd be more than willing to take int off his hands now.

Looking at the very lone photo of the car's exterior, we can tell you guys that this A6 is a pre-facelift C7, bought somewhere between 2011 and right now. The Avant has optional LED headlights, 18-inch V-Design wheels and has likely been chrome-wrapped.

 
 
 
 
 

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