Built at a customer’s request, the conversion begins with an aggressive aero package reminiscent of Bentley’s GT3 Concept, which comprises of a muscular front fascia with large central air intake, an elaborate carbon fibre spoiler, ventilated fenders that add 10 cm of width to the front and 16 cm to the rear, carbon fibre side skirts, a raised rear wing, wider rear bumper with air outlets and an aggressive rear diffuser. A set of gloss black wheels and headlights with carbon fibre inner sections complete the exterior.
Moving inside, the cabin has been totally reupholstered in black Alcantara, leather and exotic cobra pattern leather with Bordeaux red stitching and seat belts. Finally, the wooden trim elements on the dashboard and centre console were finished in a feather effect.
Under the hood Vilner’s performance upgrade sees output from the 6.0 litre W12 engine climb from 411 kW (559 hp) and 650 Nm of torque to 485 kW (660 hp) and 780 Nm, resulting in a new top speed of 325 km/h.