The Washington Post article A year ago, when Porsche’s Cayenne was on sale for $120,000, there were few options on the market for interior designers to work with.
But as the luxury car has grown in popularity, the interior design industry has seen an explosion in demand.
And the design and interior design consulting firm Avanti has seen a huge surge in clients.
In 2016, the firm’s clients listed more than 70 new interior designs and over 40 different interior designs for the Cayenne, according to a statement released Wednesday.
The rise of the interior designer in the luxury segment has prompted Avantis to focus on the Porsche Cayennes interior design.
Avantissi has been in the business since 1997, but the firm is now the industry leader for the work, which includes interior design for high-end luxury cars.
The firm has been able to gain a foothold in the interior market because of its expertise in high-quality, high-resolution models like the Lamborghini Aventador, Ferrari 458 Italia and Lamborghinis, said John L. McArthur, president of Avantiris.
The company’s clients include a number of major brands, including Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Mercedes-AMG, Audi, Ferrari, Jaguar, Porsche, Rolls-Royce and Aston Martin.
Avanti clients include the Bentley Group, Mercedes SLS, Bentley Continental GT, Bentley GTE, Bentley Mulsanne and Rolls-Mart.
A recent client that Avantismi worked on was the Porsche team, which was working on a new version of the 911 sports car.
The new car is scheduled to arrive in 2019.
A spokesperson for Porsche said the company is in active negotiations to acquire Avantiy’s design services.