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BMW 750i E38 by Vilner

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Bulgarian tuner Vilner has an affinity for modern classics. Every once in a while they pick a car that is a little past its glory days, and gives it a new lease of life in form of a visual treatment and a thorough interior upgrades. Vilner, after all, is an interior specialist.

The car Vilner has picked this time is a BMW 750i E38, a V12-powered executive saloon which back in the 90s was a serious player in the uber-luxury segment. The E38 boasting a classically beautiful body, Vilner decided not to mess with the exterior much, and only fitted it with a new set of 19-inch wheels, and a few other bits and pieces such as LED lights and a small boot lid spoiler.

The real work has been done to the interior, where Vilner experts have ripped the old cockpit apart, wrapped everything in leather and Alcantara, and put it all back together. The magnificent leather seats, leather door panels, and Alcantara roof liner are complemented with piano black trim pieces and aluminum pedals. The leather-wrapped steering wheel is also revised in its shape to become more ergonomic.

The BMW 750i E38 by Vilner is probably the finest example of the car in the whole world. Sure, it looks really old, and the interior – despite all the effort – still has a strong whiff of the 90s about it, but it is a great homage to great car. And it looks a lot cooler than the current 7-Series.

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