Carlex Design is a Polish design house that focuses on high-end custom interiors on a variety of cars. Its latest project, the Roush Mustang, has just been detailed with a classic theme that bears a strong resemblance to Mustangs of the years gone by.
As you can see, there cabin is dominated by a bold red-and-white theme, complemented by black detailing. Red and white stitching and piping is also used to create a contrasting effect.
Almost everything in the cabin has been retrimmed, including the seats, door panels and centre console.
The exterior of the Roush Mustang reflects the colour scheme of the interior, but with a stronger focus on white. A patriotic galloping Mustang painted in the colours of the American flag is also included on the side fenders, and repeated on the seats inside.
Being a Roush custom job, the 5,0-litre V8 has been supercharged to push out 524 kW and 827 N.m, thanks to the R2300 TVS kit. This particular project was at the request of a private customer, so the total cost is not known.
This is not the first Mustang interior that Carlex has worked on. In August last year, the design house essentially facelifted a 1967 Ford Mustang‘s interior while retaining its classic design.