If you’ve been holding back on buying the Rezvani Beast due to its rather spartan interior, you’ll be happy to hear the California-based specialty marque has made the cabin more premium. Carbon fiber inserts and Alcantara accents now adorn the interior, while the bucket racing seats have received comfy leather cushioning along with six-point racing harnesses.

The driver-focused cabin also has a custom-made Raceseng shift knob and a sportier steering wheel which according to Rezvani makes the driver feel more connected to the car. Other goodies worth mentioning include the weatherproof floor mats while on the tech side there’s now support for both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

2016 Rezvani Beast
Rezvani Beast Speedster

The side-by-side comparison photo above shows the differences between the new interior design (left) and the old look (right). Rezvani says it will work closely with future owners to guarantee a tailor-made cabin built to the customer’s exact specifications.

We remind you Rezvani is selling the standard Beast alongside a more hardcore Beast X, with the Beast Targa set to arrive this summer. All of them use the Ariel Atom’s chassis and make extensive use of carbon fiber to achieve an ultra-low weight. The Beast and Beast X are equipped with a Honda-sourced 2.4-liter supercharged engine delivering 500 horsepower (373 kilowatts) in the former and 700 hp (522 kW) in the latter.

Details about the Targa are not available at this point, but we do know Rezvani is taking pre-orders from those willing to pay a $1,000 refundable deposit and can patiently wait about 12 weeks to get the car.

Source: Rezvani Motors

Gallery: 2016 Rezvani Beast