We worked with Sweidit to modernize the interior of our NSX with Alcantara and Nappa Leather, replaced plastic trim panels with carbon fiber, and upgrade the head unit and amplifier.
Our NSX was greatly in need of an interior makeover. The Kenwood touch screen display was over a decade old and took what felt like minutes to change screens after touching the display. The head unit was surrounded by a poorly made carbon fiber center console from one of the many vendors that no longer exist that was poorly modified to fit the head unit.
The center console has a real NSX-R shift boot, and weighted shift knob from Skunk2. On the center console is a little remote that controlled the antique HKS CAMP2 data system which displayed parameters like oil temp and oil pressure on the double-din screen. This software was very limited and will be replaced by a full Motec ECU and dash in the near future.
The doors remained stock from 1992 with high quality leather on the armrest and door insert. The rippled leather is criticized by many to look ‘dated’ but I personally have always liked it. However, the car needs a little more contrast so we will be improving this with modern materials.
The stock headliner is covered in a light grey vinyl to give the interior a top-bottom contrast opposite of the exterior of the car (which has a black roof and white body).