You would think that a car that costs as much as a small house like the Continental GT series wouldn't need any interior renovations, especially since Bentley itself already offers its customers many personalization options, but there are always exceptions to the rule.
When a customer isn't satisfied with what Bentley has to offer or if he or she wants to redecorate their car after a few years of ownership, then the aftermarket industry comes into the picture.
One such client asked Bulgaria's Vilner studio to spruce up the interior of his first generation Continental GT.
The tuner applied a mix of brown colored leather and diamond quilted Alcantara surfaces with white piping on the seats, parts of the doors, the headliner and even the steering wheel and gear shift lever.
In addition, all wooden elements were painted in Brown Piano Varnish and come with light-brown and white bands, while Vilner also made changes to the instrument panel graphics.