Aprilia Tuono Stingray by Vilner Studio

29 Jan 2013 6:01 pm | Aprilia, Bikes

It’s hard to count the number of times the guys from the Bulgarian car refining firm Vilner have tried and succeeded in tuning up vehicles out of their field, like motorcycles. This fully customized Aprilia Tuono is one of them and it’s one hell of a good looker.

The bike, interestingly dubbed as the Stingray, has received an entire array of modifications including a brand new front fender, turning signals with LED lighting units, brand new side spoilers with two vents on each of them, tinted rear lights, revamped headlamps and a redesigned fuel tank.

In addition, the bike has had its seat reupholstered, the frame has been painted in black, the wheels were re-sprayed, the driving chain and rear fork have been extended by 5.9 inches (150 mm). As a last touch, the license plate holder was repositioned.

Completing this stunning package, the output of this Aprilia Tuono has been improved by 10 percent thanks to some newly installed performance-boosting features.

[Vilner Studio]