Nissan GT-R by Vilner Studio

3 Jan 2013 8:31 pm | Cars, Nissan

Following their first design job for the Nissan GT-R, a Dragon-themed package, which was finished back in October, the Bulgarians at Vilner have now come up with a second Nissan GT-R project. It focuses on providing improvements to the shabby stock interior of the Japanese sportscar, differently themed than their previous “baby”.

The brand describes the highlight of this project as the “starry sky ceiling”, as reasoned by Vilner: “Few other cars have the same feature, and as a matter of fact, this is the first car in the tuning history to include such one. As soon as one looks up the ceiling, they see a “starry sky”. This amazing effect was the initial client’s wish and was achieved with the mounting of LEDs.”

A sparkling headliner indeed, but what about the rest? Well, the specialists at Vilner have reportedly re-upholstered the rest of the interior of the 2012 edition GT-R with exceptional quilted black leather with contrasting red stitching and accents, alongside Alcantara toned in dark grey.

Furthermore, the brand has also included Black Piano Varnish trims, added an iPad from Apple, with a stand to accompany it, and finally redesigned the steering wheel hub and rim. This is quite a nice result, we’d say, compared to the mediocre plastics used as standard by the Japanese brand.

[Vilner Studio]