Vilner Builds A Bespoke Interior For Morgan Plus 8

Vilner continues to impress in the tuning business offering plenty of bespoke automotive eye candy.

They even did some coachwork builds on a number of BMW 6 series, just like Fisker with its Latigo model, though we’ll admit the Bullshark looks like a dog’s dinner.

Nowadays, the Bulgarian studio specializes in restorations and custom interiors – with cars ranging from old BMWs, to rare supercars like the XJ220.

Their latest project consists of this special and brand new 35th Anniversary Morgan Plus 8, one of only 100 units to be built by the blokes in Melvin. Vilner managed to leave their signature craftsmanship on this jewel thanks to its owner, who wasn’t pleased with the original interior of the car. Vilner claims that the owner kindly asked Morgan to create something a bit more special, but was turned down due to “limited options”.

As you can see, Vilner changed the standard white-gray leather of the interior with its own vision of materials and attention to detail. The quilted brown leather matches up perfectly with the car’s looks and paint, giving it a World War 2 fighter plane feeling. It also gives the car a classy feel, making it more British than Churchil’s drinking habits, or a pipe.

As we all know, the Devil is in the details, and oh boy, this car has lots of them. Vilner replaced all the exposed bolts in the cockpit with new ones, matching the wood grain on the Moto Lita steering wheel.

We could go on and on with this fabulous interior, but you should check the photos and drool over them for yourself in the gallery after the jump.

By Bogdan Zoltan

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