Whether you’re inspired by Vilner‘s interior designs or just a fan of eastern European dubstep music, you’ll enjoy the Bulgarian auto upholster shop’s latest video.
Their talented trimmers pounce on a BMW F12 – which is basically a 6-Series coupe – to restyle it inside and out.
Truth be told, I’m less impressed with the seats this time around. They’re too plain for my taste. However, the stitch work featured throughout the cabin is, in true Vilner fashion, exquisite.
For build photos, see Vilner.eu. Also, don’t forget to tell us what you think of the project in the comments section below.
Naseem Muaddi says
The production quality of their vides is incredible.
I like the idea of covering the plastic of the rearview mirror. I’m surprised they got it to clip back together. I figured the material would take up to much space.
It’s funny, when you see a brand new BMW you think what else can be done to the interior, it already looks great but after seeing what they did to it you realize there’s still so much possibility for restyling left. You just have to get creative.
Vilner’s jobs very inspiring as always!!!…the customer’s taste also counts first.