Originally Saddle Tan in color, the factory seats were replaced with ’79-’82 style, and have evolved through several upholstery designs. They're presently covered in natural grain leather with the feel of a "bomber jacket" that the upholsterer had owned for years while awaiting a deserving recipient. The custom design incorporates gray perforated suede and Indian red suede accents, with all individual pieces stitched to foam backing before assembly.
The inserts on the door panels feature carbon fiber and a polished aluminum strip.
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The center stack of the instrument panel houses 5 digital instruments with red readouts, hidden behind a smoked plexiglass panel, so they don't appear until the ignition is turned on. In similar fashion, the radio/cd player sports a plain black plate over a face that flips into view when activated.