Range Rover Autobiography hits Vilner workshops and gets even more luxuriousJanuary 26, 2021
Bulgarian tuning studio Vilner has thoroughly worked on the previous generation Range Rover SUV, which rolled off the assembly line at the British Solihull plant in the period from 2001 to 2012.
For their next project, tuners from Vilner have chosen Range Rover in the top-of-the-line Autobiography. Such an SUV is much more luxurious than other versions of the model.
Bulgarian specialists have completely redesigned the car interior – the hallmark of the tuning studio. The automaker itself chose luxurious leather upholstery in a warm beige shade and black Alcantara for interior decoration.
The tuners decided to use new materials. For example, a noble brown tree. This is the trim for the side vents, door cards, steering wheel and trims around the center console.
The armchairs got leather trim – premium material is made in cognac color with diamond stitching. We see the same design on the center armrest and door panels. The ceiling is upholstered in brown Alcantara.
The tuners did not touch the exterior this time. Although in this business they have succeeded no less than in the alteration of the interior.
Meanwhile, the British tuner Osprey has installed a powerful motor on the classic Defender. The 1985 SUV has undergone an upgrade. The power unit was borrowed from the cult sports car Chevrolet Corvette (C6).
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