Umbrella Auto Design’s F1 Interior Series for Nissan GT-R

October 29th, 2010

Umbrella Auto Designs went all out on their 2010 Nissan GT-R after not really feeling the OEM interior finish. Instead they opted for a Black Ultrasuede material with silver stitching throughout including everything from the seats to the dashboard. Umbrella say they’re ready to go on this for customers with around 3 weeks turnaround for a full interior job and can arrange transport to and from their workshop from anywhere in the US.

Included in the re-trim are:

  • Front seats re-trimmed (in this case Status Racing 1 piece seats are shown)
  • Repainted light grey interior plastics satin black
  • Steering wheel re-trimmed Black Ultrasuede with silver accent stitching
  • E-brake and boot re-trimmed Black Ultrasuede with silver accent stitching
  • Shift knob re-trimmed Black Ultrasuede with silver accent stitching
  • Complete dashboard re-trim with silver french stitch added, gauge pod has silver diamond stitch added
  • Door panels (Diamond upgrade) Grips with silver french stitch
  • Center console and all adjacent panels, silver french stitch added
  • Rear lower side panels, silver french stitch added for contrast. *available wrapped with no seam or stitching if requested
  • Rear upper side panels wrapped with no seam or stitching
  • Rear upper and lower seats, diamonds stitched in silver added, silver french on exterior added
  • Headliner
  • Visors
  • Rear package tray
  • Subwoofer cover, silver french stitch added
  • Rear armrest, silver french stitch added

It’s one amazing looking result from a pretty exhaustive list of re-trimmed parts. I think there’s no argument you will certainly wind up with one amazingly unique GT-R.

Head over to their website at the link below to contact them for more info.

Link: Umbrella Auto Designs Website

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  1. Henrik
    November 1st, 2010 at 09:59 | #1

    Do I become a zombie if I purchase Umbrella products ?

  2. Mike
    November 3rd, 2010 at 01:21 | #2

    Very Lamborghini!

  3. November 10th, 2010 at 19:57 | #3

    LOL @ Henrik. For me it looks nicer than the Egoist interior.

  4. lexus
    December 9th, 2010 at 14:46 | #4

    very nice

  5. January 29th, 2011 at 19:03 | #5

    If you would like to improve the look of your car, it is better for you to choose the right interior color car that will be perfect for your needs so you can give the best touch for your car. When talking about the option of car, there are some considerations you must know so you are capable in determining the best color that will work well for your needs.

  6. May 2nd, 2012 at 00:50 | #6

    What a great car this is. Wow. Pretty amazing. The parts are all good and I like the set up of this car.

  7. December 26th, 2012 at 02:36 | #7

    The Nissan GT-R is one amazing car. One of my good friends bought the car a while ago and decided to change the interior to his likes. We all think he made a bad decision, because it doesn’t look better than before. As far as the car itself, it’s a monster on the road…

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