Mercedes-Benz G-Class AMG by Vilner

Well known for providing luxury interiors for cars, boats and even small aircraft, Bulgarian-based styling specialist, Vilner, has reworked the interior of the rugged Mercedes-Benz G-Class AMG.

There’s added decadence in the cabin thanks to a total re-trim using nappa leather on the seats, dashboard, door panels and steering wheel in beige with contrasting black sections. The roof lining receives a covering of Alcantara in the same two colours, with quilted stitching used extensively.

Other additions include a fully trimmed and illuminated ‘Ground Zero’ sound system in the boot, LED daytime running lights and a set of new alloy wheels.

Vilner specialises in unique projects for its customers, including this one, and declined to reveal the price tag. However, we do know that its recent Land Rover Defender conversion cost €12,000 for the upholstery and € 4,600 for the sound system…

[Source: Vilner]

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