The owner of this Challenger had bought the car for long continental road trips. He loved the shape of the car, the engine and the image but was less enamoured of the build quality, trim and finish. Initially we were asked to upgrade the audio system and install navigation. This quickly escalated to cover additional trim work (leather to the dashboard and doors) and a multitude of other things.
After the first transcontinental trip the car was returned to us for some additional work. The front seats were modified to improve both comfort as well as support. The manual lumbar support was motorised as was the new “under knee” support. We re-trimmed the seats and headlining, veneered the console and dashboard in carbon fibre, fitted Eibach sports suspension as well as a host of other things. We also installed a few covert safety camera warning systems, reversing camera and other modifications. All of the external matt black plastic trim was replaced with carbon fibre.
- Date : Summer 2010
- Client : Mr T Sardarov
- Skills : UI, UX
- Category : Design