Vilner tuning is constantly coming up with new projects to amaze us and, somehow, they manage it. Nothing outrageous, nothing with physics defying performance, just good craftsmanship and taste.
The Bulgarian tuner doesn’t specialize in any particular brand or automotive group which is excellent for us. That just opens up the options for new cars.
This is when we get to take a look at the Nissan GT-R. This particular example will be heading off to an unlikely destination, China.
Seems like there are some buyers out there that are interested in more than luxury and leg room in the back. Some folks want the performance.
Even more surprising is that they do realize just how unimpressive the interior appointments can be in a GT-R so they contracted Vilner to sharpen things up.
Vilner did just that as they started from the top, embroidering a dragon on the roof headliner and one in the trunk.
Most of the interior trim is now covered in black Alcantara and black carbon leather, with the steering wheel and gear shifter now made out of carbon fiber.
Even with these updates, the interior does feel a little too monochromatic so Vilner tuning got round this problem as well.
They used the same sort of stitching as the dragon embroidering and came up with some nice red accents here and there.
Factor in the diamond quilting on the panels and the pretty girl they used for the gallery and the GT-R suddenly gets a whole lot more attractive.