Those look really nice.I just installed my PRP covers this week. It took about 5 weeks for them to arrive. After receiving some various black and red samples, I ended up going with Daytona black, carbon fiber accent and red stitching. I'm extremely pleased with the overall fit and finish! The carbon fiber is exactly the subtle detail accent I was looking for and the Daytona black has an extremely convincing "leather-like" feel.
A few misc notes and pics..
- The Daytona black has a really similar feel and sheen to the factory leather steering wheel. It's also a bit more matte in person (which I like) than how the shininess looks in some of these pics.
- The red PRP stitching is a bit more bright and vibrant than the factory red stitching, but it still blends in quite well.
- The overall fit is much better than I was anticipating - hardly any "bunching" or loose areas. Only spot where I've noticed it is a couple thick seams (due to material folding on itself) and the driver seat bottom itself gets a bit loose after I've sat in it.
- The backside of the rear seat car seat latch holes did not line up quite right and I had to cut them slightly to expand the opening.
- There's a plastic piece that sits behind the rear middle seat head rest that would not click back into place after installing the cover - I suspect due to the added thickness and tension of the material. Fortunately, this head rest is never used/extended, so it holds the loose plastic piece in place.
- The front of the center console is not as refined as everything else - there's a fold in the stitching and just feels loose. I'm 100% sure I have it installed correctly - I feel like there's really only one way to do it, but I shot PRP a mail and some pics just to confirm (and have not heard back yet)