Jeep Wrangler by Vilner

16 Jan 2014 6:44 pm | Cars, Jeep

The Jeep Wrangler has e serious reputation as a hard-core, no-nonsense, 4×4 vehicle. The Jeep doesn’t really need to be flashy or offer comfort features, but some owners do fiddle around and add some upgrades, which is why we’re now featuring this new 2014 Jeep Wrangler Sahara that was customized by Vilner.

The revisions begin on the outside, where the Bulgarian studio replaced the stock 17-inch wheels with a new set of glossy black 20-inch rims;LED headlights, fog lights and rear turn signals were added and chrome for the door handles, grilles, mirrors and the tank cap add a shiny look to the American beast.

Inside the cabin Vilner’s technicians spent a lot of time working on that red and black two-tone look,  using leather and Alcantara for the seating, door, steering wheel and dashboard surfaces. The roof metal parts were painted black and chrome detailing was added on the doors, steering wheel and the air outlets on the dashboard.

Of course, under the bonnet you also find some upgrades; the 2.8-liter diesel engine’s software was modified, resulting in an output from 197hp (200PS) and 460 Nm (339 lb-ft) to 257hp (261PS) and 558 Nm (412 lb-ft). Opinions may vary, but everyone admits they’d love to take this Jeep for a off-road trip through the forest or just your uncle’s cabin.

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