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Vilner Dresses Up The Devil With Fancy Interior For Dodge SRT Hellcat

Bulgaria’s Vilner tuning house doesn’t put boundaries on the range of cars it modifies – these vary from the one-off Tramontana sports car to classics like the Mercedes-Benz 250CE, to modern luxury yachts on wheels like the BMW X7. The latest model to go under the knife at the firm’s studio in Sofia is the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.

The car started its life as a “regular” SRT Hellcat but its owner wanted a bit more customization and called the folks over at Vilner for help. Several days later, the American muscle left the tuning company’s garage with an array of carbon fiber upgrades and a few new touches inside and out, bringing it closer to the appearance of an SRT Demon.

Starting with the exterior, the car got a complete matte red wrap and new Demon stickers. More important changes have happened inside the cabin where we find reupholstered seats, new seat belts, and new central console and door cards finishes. Also, the back of the front seats is covered in red Alcantara, while parts of the seats mechanisms are covered with carbon fiber.

“We started by stripping the interior, piece by piece, as if we’ve begun to reveal the true soul of the Demon,” company founder and ideologist, Atanas Vilner, explains. “Then came the time to dress it up again, not in Prada, but in something that even Mrs. Prada herself wouldn’t have thought of. We had to make sure that just by someone looking at the interior will instantly recognize that there is no other than one of the most powerful engines on earth hiding under the hood, we wanted to show its power even when the car isn’t moving, even when it’s heart is not pumping gasoline at a few thousand RPM’s per second.”

Read the article and see the car at: https://www.motor1.com/news/408583/dodge-challenger-demon-by-vilner/