We came to know Vilner by its detailed work on several vehicle interiors ranging in size from a Smart Fortwo to a BMW 5-Series and everything in between.
Now, the design studio is entering the world of two wheels with the presentation of its first customized motorcycle, a BMW F800 R named the Predator, which it says was crafted for an eccentric Russian businessman, who lives and works in Bulgaria.
The Bulgarian tuner says it took six months to complete the design and work out all the details with the client.
First off, Vilner shortened the bike's length by 25mm (about 10 inches) and turned it into a single seater model. It then chrome plated some parts and replicated others from carbon fiber.
The F800 R Predator's front and rear lights are new with the front blinkers sourced from a BMW Z4. Other upgrades include a new and more sonorous exhaust system and a wider rear tire.
Vilner did not touch the BMW's 798cc engine with 87hp.