The Mark 7 had a nice cloth/leather combo. Hopefully something like that makes the list. I would prefer a cloth insert diamond pattern similar to the '68 Mark 3 which could be carried to the door trim to make the whole thing come together.
2b2, a nice super deep pure dark blue and green would look equally as nice in addition to the super deep black. Perhaps there could be a finish applied to the final topcoat process to give the car that deep "wet" look that we try to get using special wax treatment. The treatment that I used back in the early 1990's on my black '88 Saab Turbo Convertible I owned looked stunning when shined up.
Could real 2-tone color pacakges make a comeback? Have the hood/roof/decklid either a lighter or darker to bodyside colors. 2-tone color combos add more distinction to the look and body contours of the design.
I *think* I like Leather+ultrasuede (microfiber cloth) - never lived with it
agree about the deep green too - imho much better than the GingerPuke
esp for a Luxury Brand!!
& imho, for 2tone paint to really work, the styling has to take that into account = ie planned for it;
tho the original Lexus way of changing the rocker area shading would prolley be easier, tho less eyecatching.
I had thought of doing tone-on-tone with matte(semi"flat") on the sides and gloss on top of the exact same color
but it seems that matte finishes, as they become available, are losing the wow-factor (imho)
seems the MKZ BuildOne has been slightly updated,
I'm now sure that "cloth" is a typo & there are 2 (at least) grades of Leather: with & without perforations
wheels (prices = Reserve trim)