So this sounds like a dream order? Not quite because that project had to be a showcase of Vilner’s ideas, to stay within the budget and last but not least – the final result should have much more ‘added value’ compare no the near standard base car. The client should be also happy of course.
And nevertheless the huge quality leap for the interior compared to the MkV, the owner wanted something rather more special. He wanted not only a genuine leather but a leather from a real mustang horse. Complete with the hair...
Raw and without compromises. These words are the perfect description of the newest project of Art Studio Vilner’s Chinese department. And the word ‘art’ is the third that can sum up the natural brutality of this Wrangler. The car is conceived by a local customer which is both a sculptor and a hunter. This may sound strange to some of you but the profession can differ by the hobby which is good thing and – for us - needs to be that way.
This is the first 2017 project for Art Studio Vilner and it’s rather multilayered and on the edge to be provocative. It comes from the Vilner’s China shop and behind this car sits quite interesting story about nature and one of the most beautiful insects of the planet – the butterfly.