Most Beautiful Car Interiors

Most Beautiful Car Interiors

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Airbag

3,466 posts

168 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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Not much wrong with:




ETA: I love the R8 interior, but it isn't beautiful as such, is it?


More purposeful.

Hmmmm

Edited by Airbag on Sunday 1st February 18:52

jackal

11,240 posts

254 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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All those incredible interiors out there over the decades and people post up dull uninspired grey audi-BMW present day interiors. The mind boggles it really does.

Timmy2TARs

656 posts

182 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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Too many modern cars are too fussy and cluttered. I think the Cerbera has it pretty much nailed - everything is sited for the driver.


paul26982

3,850 posts

190 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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Timmy2TA:Rs said:
Too many modern cars are too fussy and cluttered. I think the Cerbera has it pretty much nailed - everything is sited for the driver.

cloud9

MonkeyMatt

6,790 posts

179 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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va1o said:
Also very nice:


Edited by va1o on Sunday 1st February 18:25
Do you actually know the meaning of beauty! that is one of the most bland interiors I have ever seen!

MJK 24

5,553 posts

208 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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Timmy2TARs said:
Too many modern cars are too fussy and cluttered. I think the Cerbera has it pretty much nailed - everything is sited for the driver.

But that's a very fussy and very cluttered steering wheel!

va1o

15,957 posts

179 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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MonkeyMatt said:
va1o said:
Also very nice:


Edited by va1o on Sunday 1st February 18:25
Do you actually know the meaning of beauty! that is one of the most bland interiors I have ever seen!
Each to their own I guess. I like it, simple and elegent comtempory design with nice materials. Dosent distract from the road, very functional.

ipwn

2,920 posts

163 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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Prefer the E46 interior of the BMW.

RR Phantom for me

7 series
CL is also quite near the top for me, just reeks luxury imho.

Timmy2TARs

656 posts

182 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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MJK 24 said:
But that's a very fussy and very cluttered steering wheel!
It is indeed but I'll argue that by presenting all the information that that driver wants to the driver and the driver alone, the design allows the rest of the interior to remain clutter free tongue out

marc.l

822 posts

197 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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308 GTB in natural hide. simple, functional and elegant.

marc.l

822 posts

197 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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This was always a nice place to be.

BlueCello

6,225 posts

179 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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va1o said:
MonkeyMatt said:
va1o said:
Also very nice:


Edited by va1o on Sunday 1st February 18:25
Do you actually know the meaning of beauty! that is one of the most bland interiors I have ever seen!
Each to their own I guess. I like it, simple and elegent comtempory design with nice materials. Dosent distract from the road, very functional.
But this thread is about beauty, not practicality smile

you wouldn;t post up a pic of a 1-Series exterior on the Beautiful Cars thread because 'its simple, non distracting, modern and practical'. smile

Edited by BlueCello on Sunday 1st February 19:15

jackal

11,240 posts

254 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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va1o said:
MonkeyMatt said:
va1o said:
Also very nice:


Edited by va1o on Sunday 1st February 18:25
Do you actually know the meaning of beauty! that is one of the most bland interiors I have ever seen!
Each to their own I guess. I like it, simple and elegent comtempory design with nice materials. Dosent distract from the road, very functional.
but its not really even in the top 100 is it ? or even top 500 ?

thread title = "MOST BEAUTIFUL..."

uriel

3,244 posts

223 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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An unusual nomination from me.



I had one identical and I've never been anything but disappointed in any interior I've ever been in since. I don't know what it is, but nothing seems as inviting, comfortable, spacious or airy. Doesn't matter how fine the leather or how perfect the finish on the carbon fibre, all dark interiors now just leave me feeling dull and dreary (including the black leather version of this that I have in my current Cherokee).

Balmoral Green

36,510 posts

220 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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jackal

11,240 posts

254 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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Balmoral Green said:


fook me, thats pretty damm good

Captain Ahab

184 posts

206 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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XB70 said:
Could not find a decent pic fast enough
how about

[URL=http://good-times.webshots.com/photo/2032921430065771259hFJchz][/URL]

[URL=http://good-times.webshots.com/photo/2410117490065771259PeYIaR][/URL]

Edited by Captain Ahab on Sunday 1st February 19:28

DjSki

1,240 posts

167 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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MJK 24 said:
Timmy2TARs said:
Too many modern cars are too fussy and cluttered. I think the Cerbera has it pretty much nailed - everything is sited for the driver.

But that's a very fussy and very cluttered steering wheel!
What about the loose carpet and worn trim. Come on we all love our own cars but how does that compare to a Zonda. As for people posting Audi and BMW interiors, bland bland bland!

va1o

15,957 posts

179 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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jackal said:
but its not really even in the top 100 is it ? or even top 500 ?
According to who?

Balmoral Green said:


Thats very nice!

Edited by va1o on Sunday 1st February 19:30

DjSki

1,240 posts

167 months

Sunday 1st February 2009
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jackal said:
All those incredible interiors out there over the decades and people post up dull uninspired grey audi-BMW present day interiors. The mind boggles it really does.
+1