Vilner has just completed one of their most adventurous project yet. Taking a previous generation Mercedes-Benz SL, they covered virtually every surface in precious leather. Alcantara, crocodile leather and nappa leather are all used liberally, giving this car an incredibly unique interior. What’s more, Vilner hand-painted all of the wood surfaces, some of the plastic, and the gearshift lever, giving it all a look of patinated steel. To add a cherry-on-top, Vilner also incorporated lasers with the doors, so they display the Vilner logo when open.
Be sure to read the full press release below.
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Bulgarian tuner Vilner is known for their over-the-top yet always luxurious interior modifications and their latest work on the Mercedes-Benz SL lives up to this reputation. The new Vilner Mercedes SL is done in five different exotic materials, including Crocodile leather, Nappa leather and Alcantara.Then of course you have the hand painted elements that transform some of the plastic pieces in the car into what looks like brushed steel. Brown wood applications have also been applied while remaining plastic pieces have been painted grey.
Vilner didn’t just focus on the aesthetic appeal of the SL-Class however, they updated the audio system with DLS speakers and amplifiers and made the cabin noiseless in order to improve the comfort and enjoyment by the driver and passenger. Even the vibration once felt inside the Mercedes SL have been minimized.
There is no question this is one of the most luxurious Mercedes SL’s we’ve ever seen. Over-the-top? Yes, isn’t that the point. But is the Vilner SL too much? We don’t think so, well done Vilner.