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Show me your centre consoles


Sep 20, 2019
How easy is it too hide all the wires/connections with this?

See attached. Just start from the passenger side and loop round.


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Aug 22, 2019
Beyond the pale
I can't stand piano black soft plastic trim. It looks awful in a base spec Corsa, it looks awful in a £100k M6... at least it does as soon as a speck of dust or rogue fingerprint ruins the perfect inky darkness. And don't get me started on how it looks after a wipe down or two, with swirls and marring all over the place!

My solution was to get it XPELed with the same stuff that wrapped the nose. Maintains that "piano" black which is liked by my copilot but
renders it immune to the scratchs, etc suffered by that the trashy bit of plastic that Tesla used. I've got the premium black/white interior.

I wouldn't have fake carbon fibre, don't need real carbon fibre. Wouldn't have the fake wood, either. The brushed looks OK to me.
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