If you thought that the interior of the Vilner-tuned Lamborghini Huracan is flashy, then you also need to check out their latest project – this Brabus Smart ForTwo.
An electric green color dominates the interior, added in contrast to the black bits and pieces, but the upgrades don’t stopped here. The Bulgarian tuner says that all the cheap plastics that were once highly visible inside the city car are now long gone.
In their place, Vilner has added carbon fiber, leather, and Alcantara, which cover just about every surface imaginable, from the A-pillars to the headliner, and from the seats to the dashboard. Top stitching is also part of the makeover process, while the steering wheel is described as being ‘a piece of art’.
By now, we hope that you’re eyes aren’t tired from looking at all that green. Naturally, the exterior of this Brabus Smart For Two has been adorned with the same color, which was applied over a fresh coat of pearl white. Carbon fiber can also be found here, in the shape of some subtle trim pieces above the rear wheel arches, while the Monoblock VII rims have green rings, and the front emblem, grille, and rear diffuser are painted in gloss black.
The city car is said to be one of Vilner’s biggest projects so far, but despite being flashy, it won’t break any speed records, as the 999cc 3-cylinder turbocharged lump remains stock, making 102hp and 147Nm (108lb-ft) of torque.