After months of exactly what seemed like endless teasing, Bulgarian tuning firm, Vilner, has actually finally launched its beyond-insane method for the 2013 Bentley Continental GT
Most of us know Vilner as crafters of some of the best interior programs in the business, yet it actually surpassed itself this time. This considerable job likewise included some outrageous work on the exterior and, best of all, a performance method that truly gave the Continental GT some severe equines under its hood.
It was a project that took eight months to build, however it sure was worth the delay; had not been it?
To the person that has this Continental GT, we have no problem thinking that you are a really satisfied individual.
We would certainly be, also, if Vilner did this to our Bentley. That is, if we happened to have a Bentley in our garage …
The original shade of this Continental GT was Competing Environment-friendly. Apparently, the owner had not been as well fond of it, so he chose to alter it to Gray Graphite Matte, which looks rather outstanding itself. Yet Vilner didn’t quit there, since one look at the Continental GT and you could currently see that it’s visibly a variety of.
That, of course, is credited to all the carbon-fiber aero elements Vilner fitted onto the car. The new wide fenders, particularly, are downright magnificent. Both the front and rear fenders have been extended by 5 cm (1.97 inches) and 8 centimeters (3.15 inches), respectively, so you see the more evident profile of the Continental GT.
Similarly, the tuner also added a new carbon looter in advance and on the rear end, and a new rear diffuser, assembling what certainly resembles a Continental GT that nobody ought to be messing with.
The interior of the Continental GT is where Vilner is a professional at. With the client wanting to accomplish an unique individualization for his beloved Bentley indicated appointing a tuner that knows a point or more about individualization was a top priority. That’s Vilner, and judging by the look of the interior, the customer made a fine option.
Look into the products utilized by Vilner in the interior: black Alcantara; black leather; black exotic natural leather (obviously, that’s various); and cobra design. That’s luxury redefined, fellas. Likewise, stock Saffron interior and the brown wooden applications were switched out with a darker and classier black colour with matching Bordeaux accents.
The seats likewise include Bentley’s iconic logo design. If you look carefully, the airfoils on the company logo have actually been embroidered in Bordeaux sewing while the “feathers” were included in wood aspects. Search for and you’ll see that the ceiling now spots a really ritzy Black Alcantara cover with decorative patterns that you can also see on the seats.
If you believed Vilner was everything about design, you ‘d be partly right. It did make an exemption for this Continental GT, while. At the word of the owner, the Bulgarian tuner had the ability to upgrade the car’s efficiency numbers, improving it from 560 horse power and 480 pound-feet of torque all the way up to 660 horsepower and 575 pound-feet of torque, good enough to permit the Continental GT to hit a full blast of 202 mph, a noticeable enhancement from the 197 mph top speed in in typical configuration.
It’s a one-off production created for a customer so we’re not shocked that no prices specifics were launched.