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Carlex Design refreshes the Ferrari F12berlinetta with an eye-catching touch of vibrance

Ferrari has since been part of the elite circle of automakers producing the world’s best performing cars. One of its most well-known creations in the field of performance is the F12berlinetta. This grand tourer produces impressive records thanks to its powerful 6.3-liter V12 engine that can conjure power of up to 730 horsepower (544 kilowatts) and 520 lb.-ft. of torque. It can even reach a maximum speed of 211 mph and sprint from 0 to 62 mph in only 3.1 seconds. All these, plus the half-a-million-dollar price tag and rarity, gives the F12berlinetta the rights to exude an aura of exclusivity.

But of course, all good things must come to an end, and the F12berlinetta’s reign as the leading grand tourer must be turned over to a younger successor. However, even though the F12berlinetta was overthrown by the Ferrari 812 Superfast, it remains to be one of the most impressive grand tourers of this generation; and to top it all off, one lucky F12berlinetta owner handed his prized possession to Carlex Design to make some modifications to enhance this already magnificent vehicle.

There is no reason to feel bad that the F12berlinetta had to be replaced by the 812 Superfast since the latter is a descendant of the former, specifically the limited-edition F12berlinetta F12tdf variant, yet taking on some “stronger cues” from the 365 GTB/4 Daytona. The 812 Superfast is powered by a 6.5-liter V12 engine, producing 789 horsepower (588 kilowatts) and 530 lb.-ft. of torque (768 Nm) of torque; just a slight difference from the F12berlinetta’s. A sprint of 0 to 62 mph (or 100 kph) is achievable in only 2.9 seconds, with a top speed of over 211 mph (340 kph); a slight difference in acceleration time, but the same top speed as the F12berlinetta.

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Carlex Design transforms the Mercedes-Benz X-Class into the beastly Exy 6x6 Concept

Carlex Design isn't a beginner with regards to tuning the Mercedes-Benz X-Class. In fact, it has even created a version with Maybach-like appearance and features. It has also created Off-Road-focused and Urban-tailored versions. Now, Carlex Design seems to be not contented with how far it has gone with the X-Class and is now presenting a new concept design for the luxury SUV from Mercedes.

Indeed, the Mercedes-Benz X-Class represents the luxury side of pickup trucks. While offering a drive that is comparable to a sports utility vehicle, the X-Class also delivers a smooth, comfortable ride that is expected of luxurious vehicles. Furthermore, it is laden with features usually found in premium cars. But at Carlex Design, the X-Class can be turned into luxurious 6x6 beast off the road. This can be well seen on the new X-Class Exy 6x6 Concept by Carlex Design.

The X-Class Exy 6x6 Concept is essentially the X-Class evolved into a whole new luxurious beast. It is much different from Carlex Design’s previous re-imaginations of Mercedes’ luxury pickup. The concept pickup has six wheels – two wheels more than a standard X-Class and previous Carlex Design X-Class creations. This also meant an extra axle on the rear section of this X-Class 6x6. The addition of two wheels naturally resulted to an extended bed, allowing this conversion of the X-Class to load and carry a greater volume of cargo.

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Mercedes-Benz X-Class by Carlex Design offers Maybach looks and interior

When the Mercedes-Benz X-Class was unveiled in 2017, it was no doubt a representation of luxury among pickup trucks. While Maybach represents the ultra-luxurious side of Mercedes-Benz, the X-Class isn't one. However, a Polish company that goes by the name of Carlex Design is offering to convert the new X-Class into a Maybach-like pickup in terms of looks and features.

Carlex Design noted that the Mercedes-Benz X-Class deserves to be called as a luxury pickup. Not only that the pickup offers a drive comparable to a sports utility vehicle, it also delivers a smooth comfortable ride. In addition, the new X-Class, in its standard guise, isn't just coz and comfortable, but is also equipped with features found in premium cars. Thus, Carlex Design made the X-Class a subject of a new conversion program that could be availed for as low as EUR105,000. To prove its point, the Polish specialist created an example.

At a glance, the Mercedes-Benz X-Class by Carlex Design is undeniably an X-Class but with a twist. The typical grille of the X-Class has been replaced by that of a Maybach. In particular, this conversion employs a grille from the Mercedes-Maybach S650 Cabriolet.

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Winged Polish cavalry inspires Carlex Design’s makeover of McLaren 720S

Carlex Design is well known for its numerous customized vehicles and their lavish interiors. Most of the time, these custom interiors are far from subtle too, using expansive amounts of fine leather and Alcantara. While the interiors are definitely loud, it can’t be denied that the aftermarket company has great taste. One of the tuner’s latest work is this McLaren 720S with a gorgeous burgundy interior that matches its exterior with a personal touch. It would be an understatement to call this one unique. We’re willing to bet that there’s nothing out there like it.

The McLaren 720S’ cabin has been given essentially everything by the tuner. These range from leather, Alcantara, and carbon fiber, to quilted designs and perforations. The whole modification process took Carlex three weeks to complete, and the company gave it all its time and effort into finishing the project, modifying the seat upholstery, steering wheel, door panels, center console, dashboard, the full floor, headliner, and the space behind the seats. In fact, no part of the interior has been left untouched.

As for the exterior, Carlex customized the McLaren 720S with painted eagle wings on the side. Apparently, the theme for the entire car revolves around a history motif of 16th to 18th century “winged” Polish cavalry. Overall, the exterior design goes well with the exterior colour as well as the carbon fiber package from the factory. Meanwhile, the interior also gets a carbon fiber pack.

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A couple of months ago, some kid from Dubai called Rashed Belhasa, the son of a billionaire construction tycoon, got himself an expensive Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. He then decided he would have it wrapped in his favourite design - a Louis Vuitton x Supreme pattern. It seems like he has lost interest in his car already, and he now decided to put the Italian supercar up for sale.

The fifteen year old, who goes by the handle “Money Kicks” on YouTube, earned millions of followers on social media for it. Under its hood is a twelve cylinder engine.

Last summer, he actually made the headlines on most auto blogs when he showed off this model, coated in a red wrap to match his Louis Vuitton x Supreme shoes (and bags). This definitely is a head turner especially with all the hype this collaboration is getting. As he is still not at the right age to drive, he hired himself a chauffeur to drive him around.

Read the entire article For Sale: Louis Vuitton Supreme-wrapped Ferrari F12 owned by the son of an Emirati billionaire

These days, car modifications are no longer mere extensions of the owner’s status or personality. In the automotive world, tuning houses have played a major role in taking your car literally one step ahead by offering emerging technologies both in exterior and interior design as well as in aerodynamics.

Take a look at what Carlex Design has just presented exclusively for Mercedes-Benz’s premium passenger vans. While everything else remains to be seen, what you’re about to see are basically a Mercedes-Benz Vito and a V-Class that not only flaunt a more luxurious cabin design but also boasts of a sporty looking exterior.

To start off, the aerodynamic kit appears to come with new roof spoilers, side skirts, new bumpers and rear diffuser with integrated exhaust pipes. Evidently the new set-up includes a new set of alloy wheels with five twin spoke design and a visibly clear white body paint with green accoutrements both on the side sills and on the bumpers.

Read the entire article Carlex Design shows off tuned Mercedes Benz V-Class and Vito vans

For many people, the idea of a vehicle that can deliver exceptional off-road capabilities is typically seen as mutually exclusive with a comfortable interior. All of that is expected to change with the reveal of the customized Ford Ranger.

Created by Carlex Design in partnership with MS-RT Road Technology, this Ford Ranger can take on any terrain while making sure that occupants get to experience total comfort. Though this combination may come as a surprise to many, what is more surprising is how the team calls this customized version. The two companies have dubbed this off-roader as the VR/46. It’s quite surprising that the name is inspired by motorcycle racing champion Valentino Rossi, a racer known mainly for winning races on the track instead of on the dirt roads.

In terms of actual contribution, Carlex was in-charge of refurbishing the interior. Looking into the cabin therefore, one is likely to see Nappa leather upholstery with both the console and the center of the seats revealing stitched patterns. Meanwhile the seatbacks and the headrests are embroidered with the VR/46 letters. The design of the steering wheel shows the middle having a striped pattern with a number of sections decorated with leather. According to Carlex, these changes ensure that comfort and overall grip are both improved. When it comes to the color, majority of the interior shows different shades of black though the gearshift has a yellow strip which gives the inside that needed flash of color.

Read the entire article Carlex and MS-RT create Ford Ranger with off-road capability and stylish interior

More than ever, the Mercedes-Benz G500 4x4² is one of the most extremely capable off-roaders in the market. With its ultimate features, the G-Class is perhaps the only luxury vehicle that could practically take you anywhere off the beaten path. Those who are not fully satisfied with the standard model’s built-in power can always count on Brabus to lend a helping hand.

Engineered for extreme roads and jungles, it doesn’t surprise us if the G500 4x4² is also a favorite among aftermarket specialists. For anyone who wants an equally attractive interior cabin, they can call on Carlex Design to do the remodeling.

Speaking of which, a Brabus-tuned Mercedes G-Class has been taken to Carlex Design for an interior upgrade. As pictured here, the G500 4x4² comes with a bright yellow paint with contrasting black exterior accents.

Read the entire article Carlex Design remodels the interior of this fierce Brabus G500 4x4² off-roader

What is it like to drive the most powerful Ferrari? I mean a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. The extremely expensive F12 Berlinetta comes with a 6.3 liter V12 engine, yielding 729 horsepower and 508 pound feet of toque. Pushing the F12Berlinetta to 60 miles per hour in just 3.1 seconds, with a top speed of a little over 211 miles per hour. This car definitely provides a unique driving experience for the driver with its sounds and sights.

But its not all about the engine, because looks are important too. The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta has dramatic lines around its long and low body. It was built with an aggressive face that represents the car’s personality. A perfect mix of aesthetics and aerodynamics.

Well, if all that isn’t enough, then this might interest you. A limited edition, custom body kit for the F12 Berlinetta, exclusively made by DMC. The extremely special body kit will only be limited to 10 units. So how does that sound to you?

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Sounds cool. Horacio Pagani (founder of Pagani Automobili) has just added two special cars to his exclusive collection. A Ferrari F12 TDF and a Porsche 911 R. It comes as no surprise. Actually, the supercar magnate is known for having a special liking to anything exotic.

To some though, acquiring the work of their competitors may be the last thing on their minds. Pagani has been manufacturing the world’s most exclusive supercars--- the Pagani Huayra and the Zonda. However, it’s not as if this is the first time that the Modena-based manufacturer has admired and actually bought another brand outside his firm. In fact, Pagani already owns an MSO McLaren P1, a Porsche Carrera GT and a Ford GT even before he saw these two new babies.

Porsche earlier made an exclusive offer to current 918 owners for a chance to own one of the company’s limited models. The Porsche 911 R that is. As the story goes, Pagani didn’t pass up the chance and straight away, he took them up on their amazing offer. Just like the white 911 R that was shown in Geneva the previous year, Pagani’s Porsche 911 R also has those red stripes painted along the exterior.

Read the entire article Pagani founder is the new owner of a Porsche 911 R and a Ferrari F12tdf

There was quite some fuzz when suddenly a yellow Ferrari with a number of similarities with the Ferrari F12berlinetta showed up during the Ferrari Finali Mondiali event at the Daytona International Speedway. There were speculations it was a one-off special order derived from the F12berlinetta, but back then, there were no confirmed information from Ferrari. But now, Ferrari has spoken up about its latest one-off creation – the SP 275 RW Competizione.

According to Ferrari, the one-off SP 275 RW Competizione is underpinned by the chassis that underpins the F12berlinetta, which is considered as one of the most beautiful Ferrari sports cars of all time. Taking care of the design of the SP 275 RW Competizione is none other than Ferrari’s own Styling Centre, with the cooperation of Italian car design firm Pininfarina SpA.

As implied by its moniker, the Ferrari SP 275 RW Competizione takes inspiration from the Ferrari 275 GTB, which is considered as one of the most iconic V12 berlinettas in the 1960s. In fact, the SP 275 RW Competizione could be considered as a modern take on the 275 GTB, but with some personal flavors from the person who ordered it – a certain dentist from Florida named Rick Workman, hence the rw initials. In fact, Workman had initials on the one-off Ferrari SP 275 RW Competizione.

Read the entire article Ferrari confirms SP 275 RW Competizione is based on F12berlinetta and inspired by 275 GTB

Thanks to several spy images, Italian sports car maker Ferrari is thought to be developing an updated version of the F12 Berlinetta. There have been reports speculating the possible specs as well as the moniker of this new F12, but so far, Ferrari has yet to confirm or deny the existence of this new sports car.

However, a member of the Ferrari Chat forums claimed that there is indeed an updated F12, and it was recently shown to a private group of people at the Ferrari’s Fiorano test track. Two versions of the updated F12, as claimed, were shown during the presentation: a model and a fully functional revised F12. This member also claimed that he was present during the presentation, in which the carmaker unveiled quite a number of details about the updated F12.

While Ferrari has been quiet about the name of this updated F12, the forum member disclosed the carmaker referred to the model as the F152M and V12 Sport. In addition, the updated F12 will have a new engine as its core – a V12 powerplant with a displacement of around 6.5 liters. The forum member went on to specify that this engine would be a naturally aspirated unit that is able to deliver up to 800 hp (597 kW) of output and up to 530 lb.-ft. (718 Nm) of torque.

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Ford will commence sales of the refreshed 2018 Ford Mustang in the fall. But before that, let’s pause for a moment to admire the 2017 Ford Mustang. Moreover, Carlex Design has taken on the challenge of updating a 2017 Ford Mustang and we have to say that it doesn’t disappoint in any way.

Carlex Design has been known for its specialization on vehicle interiors. The company’s interior projects and custom builds are heavily anticipated. In addition, Carlex Design has been known for creating highly precise and detailed interiors that make use of high quality and precious materials like exotic leathers and expensive metals – all of which are crafted by hand.

One of Carlex Design’s latest custom builds involved the 2017 Ford Mustang. Carlex Design has yet to fully unveil the interior of this work. However, the Poland-based company is kind enough to provide us a few teasers of its latest project.

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As the only car modification team from Vancouver to have modified and shipped exotic cars anywhere in the world, SR Auto Group took a Ferrari and tweaked it to offer outstanding design and performance. The Ferrari F12 Berlinetta has received a Novitec Rosso upgrade. Apart from the car’s amazing features, we have to say that the Ferrari F12’s hot set of wheels has been the most impressive part of their set-up.

Among Novitec Rosso’s latest accoutrements are the F12 Berlinetta’s N3 five-double spoke forged wheels. These wheels are painted in Black with Matte and Gloss coatings on top. Ferrari’s signature OEM centre cap comes in the same yellow as the body paint while the Black accents complement the F12’s overall bodyworks, colour and design.

SR Auto Group has been building special concepts for the finest exotic cars and luxury vehicles. To provide the car its unique identity, the company’s “after market upgrades” have several options available. In most cases, the modified car reflects the owner’s unique sense of style.

Read the entire article SR Auto Group decked a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta with Novitec Rosso NF3 wheels

Any Ferrari creation is considered a unique car. That includes the Ferrari F12berlinetta, a front mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive grand tourer that made its debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, replacing the 599 series grand tourers.

Named "The Supercar of the Year 2012" by the Top Gear magazine, the V12-powered F12berlinetta is really an exclusive and unique car. But European design house Bengala Automotive felt it needed more.

Bengala Automotive is inaugurating its new Privilege Program with the launch of the F12 Caballeria, which is basically a bespoke carbon fiber custom vehicle derived from Ferrari F12berlinetta.

Read the entire article Bengala Automotive builds carbon-wrapped Ferrari F12 Caballeria

As pleasurable as it may seem to destroy supercars in video games such as GTA (Grand Theft Auto), it’s not as much fun when it’s your supercar getting wrecked in real life. Most enthusiasts would probably cringe upon looking at a supercar going through unpaved roads or taking a dip in flooded waters.

Videos of supercars have gone across the internet strutting their stuff around paved streets but one particular video has been going around showing a group of wealthy Chinese supercar enthusiasts blasting their way across the Sichuan-Tibet Highway.

Apparently, it is unlike being driven through the streets of Paris or Germany because the supercars are driven through unpaved roads causing a bit, well, more than a bit of damage in to the supercars. Yes, this is a cringe-worthy write-up and is not for the faint hearted.

Read the entire article Ferrari and Maseratis Getting Wrecked in China on Off-road trip

Ferrari has created a new car that’s designed for truly extreme road racing. Dubbed as the F12tdf, this new car is reminiscent of the 1950s and the 1960s such as 1956 250 GT Berlinetta, when Ferrari was the biggest name in the Tour de France road race, ensuring that the F12tdf will have capabilities that make it worthy of competing in the race.

Hence, the automaker built a car that offers the greatest performance without sacrificing handling and user comfort. Just like the cars that endured the legendary endurance competition, the new Ferrari car has been designed with an eye for meeting demanding conditions in both ordinary roads and the race track.

Ferrari has worked hard to introduce new features in critical areas of the car’s design, particularly the engine, aerodynamics and vehicle dynamics. Fans of extreme road driving will find the improved acceleration, roadholding and agility of the car as definitely the best in its class.

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Although we consider the Ferrari F12berlinetta the perfect sports car, PP-Performance had something else in mind and honestly we are glad that they took a closer look as the cavallino rampante. As a result, PP-Performance added a new BMC Race filter as well as a complete FI (Frequency Intelligent) catless exhaust system.

These modifications will cost you no less than 795 hp (585 kW) and 730 Nm of torque. For those who don’t know, the standard 6.3-liter V12 found on the F12berlinetta delivers 740 hp (544 kW) and 690 Nm of torque.

If the standard version is able to hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.1 seconds, the upgraded version will zoom from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.9 seconds. Meanwhile, the sprint from 0 to 200 km/h (124 mph) will be made in 8.0 seconds, with 0.5 seconds faster than the standard vehicle.

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Ferrari opened its first Tailor–Made Centre of Asia Pacific in Shanghai and in order to celebrate this event the Italian manufacturer unveiled two special V12 models. The two special Tailor–Made V12 flagship models that share the brand spirit in Chinese way are the F12berlinetta Polo Edition and the FF Dressage Edition.

Wearing the Year of the Horse logo on the steering wheel and centre console, the F12berlinetta Polo Edition and FF Dressage Edition are inspired by horse racing which is perfectly integrated with the art of Ferrari Tailor- Made.

The Ferrari F12berlinetta Polo Edition is inspired by the polo and customized to showcase the power and speed. It comes with a body painted in a Bianco Italia Opaco colour with special navy blue stripes on the bonnet.

Read the entire article Ferrari debuts the F12berlinetta Polo Edition and the FF Dressage Edition

NOVITEC ROSSO N-LARGO. That is the name of a breath-taking widebody edition for the Ferrari F12berlinetta introduced by NOVITEC ROSSO, the pioneering worldwide refinement expert for the sports vehicles from Maranello. The body conversion pack is produced from ultra-light yet ultra-solid carbon fiber, and speaks to a winning combination of exhilarating design and aerodynamic proficiency. Likewise part of the conversion are custom-made three-piece NOVITEC ROSSO NF5 NL forged wheels integrating 21-inch rims in the front and 22-inch rims on the rear axle. Other features are an overhauled suspension with front lift function, and a power upgrade to 574 kW/781 hp, which drives the two-seater to a best speed of around 350 km/h.

NOVITEC ROSSO additionally modifies the cockpit to the N-LARGO's owner’s personal inclinations down to the last detail.

205 centimeters: with this remarkable width, the NOVITEC ROSSO N-LARGO widebody edition exceeds its original by precisely eleven centimeters on the rear axle. To this end, the designers manufactured stunningly styled fender flares that are flawlessly linked to the production body. The bigger wheel arches, for which precise-fit liners were created, then provide space for the NF5 NL wheels, which were custom-made for the NOVITEC ROSSO N-LARGO. The three-piece wheels are produced using high-tech forging innovation. However, that is not all: the widebody edition likewise made it conceivable to design the wheels with a significantly concave wheel spider and five sensitive double spokes. The size 12Jx22 rims are shod with Pirelli P ZERO high-performance tires in size 335/25 ZR 22.

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