Mercedes SL gets a whole safari-worth of materials from Vilner
Bulgarian tuner Vilner has done a job on the interior of the previous-generation Mercedes-Benz SL and left almost no surface untouched. Calling it “one of their bravest projects,” the standard leather has been replaced with either antiqued brown Nappa leather or crocodile hide, the plastics have been covered in Alcantara with the same material lining the roof, and the wood has been redone, in some cases painted by hand, to match the decor.
And although the firm says its changes have made the convertible “not seem that flamboyant,” it does also sport lasers in the doors that beam Vilner’s logo. The press release below has the rest of the details.
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