Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citro%C3%ABn_BXAs well as the normal BX, Citroën produced the BX Sport from 1985 to 1987. During this period, Citroën produced 7,500 BX Sports; 2,500 in the first series, then an extra 5,000 due to its sales success. Rated at 126 PS (93 kW) at 5800 rpm and equipped with dual twin-barrel carburettors, the BX Sport was the most powerful BX in production at that time. The engine modifications, including a reshaped combustion chamber and larger valves, were developed by famous French tuner Danielson. It also stood out with its unique body kit, alloy wheels later also used on the GTi, a unique dashboard and Pullman interior.
What is meant by Pullman interior in this context? Is that related to Pullman company or just brand name used as a generic term?
Also, what is special about the Sport interior in general? Dashboard is "conventional", what else?