This Ferrari SF90 with a denim interior makes fun of your Alcantara

We know what you’re thinking. Probably, anyway, especially if you have any knowledge of the American auto industry in the 1970s. Cars with factory-fitted denim interiors popped up from time to time, although the infamous AMC Gremlin Levi Edition is probably the one everyone remembers first. With its odd styling and lackluster power, the Gremlin with the blue denim interior is still the butt of many automotive jokes to this day.

Don’t laugh at this Ferrari SF90 Stradale, though. Yes, it also has a denim interior and yes, it comes from Ferrari through its Tailor Made program. As explained by duPont Registrythis car was created at the request of a “very lucky customer” and is a custom build, with Kuroki Superstone Bleach Denim seats.

Ferrari SF90 with denim interior
Ferrari SF90 with denim interior

You won’t find Levi-spec orange accent stitching here, but you will find red inserts in the head restraints and lower seatbacks. There is more blue for the carbon fiber seat frames. The dashboard is in blue leather and After Jeans. Even the shift paddles are blue.

There’s more to this special SF90 Stradale than denim seats. At a glance, the roof appears black but look closer and you’ll see it’s actually a dark blue. Specifically, the exposed carbon is Scotland Blue, highlighted by a single red racing stripe down the middle. You will also notice some carbon fiber accessories added to the exterior, which are part of the Assetto Fiorano package. It rolls on a set of factory spoked carbon fiber wheels, and with everything mixed together, we’re not at all shy in saying we absolutely love it.

Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale shared the car on Instagram (embedded post above), showing off some of the special touches of this bespoke build. One thing we don’t know is the owner of this new Ferrari, but we have all kinds of respect for whoever had this vision. Alcantara-covered carbon fiber supercars are everywhere, but a denim interior for a 986-hp Ferrari? It’s something really unique.

Betty K. Park