Η Vilner στο Salon Privé παρουσίασε δύο νέες δημιουργίες του, βελτιώνοντας τα εσωτερικά των Rimac Concept One και Tramontana XTR. Στον ηλεκτρικό πύραυλο Rimac Concept One έχει τοποθετήσει καφέ και μαύρες δερμάτινες/alcantara επενδύσεις με αρκετά carbon διακοσμητικά.


Στο πιλοτήριο του Tramontana XTR, ο οίκος βελτίωσης από τη γειτονική Βουλγαρία έχει επιλέξει λευκές, κόκκινες και μαύρες δερμάτινες/Alcantara επενδύσεις.

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A radical Bulgarian interior for a radical car – the 888 hp Tramontana XTR. At the home of Winston Churchill

Vilner at Salon Privé

A double debut for the Bulgarian Art Studio. Two totally different but equally impressive cars: the Rimac Concept One and the Tramontana XTR

A radical Bulgarian interior at the home of Winston Churchill

Blenheim Palace: This magnificent historic building is surrounded by the legendary gardens which is considered to be a small version of the Gardens of Versailles. Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England, about 11 km from the city of Oxford. It was the birth place and home of one of the most influential
people of the 20th century – Sir Winston Churchill. A perfect venue for one of the most beautiful and prestigious automotive event in the world – Salon Privé Concours d’Elégance.

Vilner made an impressive debut in that same aristocratic atmosphere. A double debut for the Bulgarian Art Studio that demonstrated confidence and know-how with two interior designs, represented by two totally different – but equally impressive – cars: the Rimac Concept One and the Tramontana XTR.

Concept One, the electric hyper sedan, is complimented with fine brown leather and black Alcantara. Blue is the color for the stitching, and there are pieces of polished carbon fiber composite for the dashboard and the steering wheel. It is Unique, as the car itself. A car that generates 1088 hp and that can sprint from 0-100 km/h in 2,8 sec. All that, without emitting a single gram of CO2 in the atmosphere as the Concept One runs purely on electric power.

Vilner team is proud to collaborate with such a company like Rimac. The Croatians proved their capabilities by developing and delivering the power distribution module for the epic Koenigsegg Regera. If Rimac is worthy for Christian von Koenigsegg, it is worthy for Vilner too.

The Bulgarian bomb though was dropped by the Spanish fly – Tramontana XTR, which is the most extreme version in Tramontana’s portfolio. It’s powered by Mercedes-AMG sourced bi-turbo V12 with 888 hp, wrapped in that alien styled body. However, the XTR is absolutely road legal car.

The Tramontana cockpit interpretates the outside color scheme of the vehicle. The two seats are wrapped in high quality black, white and red mix of leather and Alcantara. This combination will stay unique, because Vilner will make a custom interior designs for every single Tramontana ordered by a customer.

The VIP visitors of Salon Privé Concours d’Elégance were equally impressed by Tramontana’s interior as they were by the 1968 Aston Martin DB6 Vantage Volante and 1954 Bentley R-Type Continental Fastback for example, a cars that combine cost is near two million pounds. Witch was a compliment to the only Bulgarian participant at the Salon Privé and a good reason for the Vilner crew to each have a cigar.