The Bulgarian tuner Vilner is taking its game to the next level by doing extreme makeover projects that are really nothing short of a coachbuild. You may not realize it at first, but this car here is a previous generation BMW 6 Series they have turned something quite amazing.
They call this the Bullshark, probably because Catdog doesn’t really sound that intimidating. The name also matches the character of the car, what with the 6er having a shark like design, and the body kit giving it a bulk and presence like that of a mighty bull.
Vilner BMW 6 Series Bullshark facelift begins at the front of car with a completely new set of bumper and grilles that appear to be inspired by the BMW i8, and headlights taken straight from an Infiniti FX. New hood and modified wings are also included, and so are side skirts, revised quarter panels, taillights, as well as rear bumper. Blue accenting is used to garnish the front grille and on the tailpipes, which is a nice touch.
Good job Vilner operates out of Bulgaria. If they were British, they’d have the devil’s own job trying to get this car registered for UK roads, what with all the borrowed bits on it.
Vilner is first and foremost an interior specialist, and so the Bullshark gets a jaw-dropping treatment inside the cabin. Brown and cream leather and Alcantara is used in abundance on every inch of the cabin that is visible or not. The dials and trim pieces are changed, even the seats and the headliner. More blue accents finish off the work here, but not before they install a Ground Zero sound system.