Vilner designs customized Land Rover for Russian oligarch
When it comes to all-terrain vehicles with robust looks and matching comfort, Land Rover holds a special stature in this segment. For the rich folks, this vehicle has been their choice during their long cruises, albeit with customizations, an example of which we saw in the Anzom Land Rover. Earlier this year, a Russian oligarch has commissioned a pair of Land Rovers with special customizations on them, and adding a whole of utilities with the help of an accompanying kit with the car, giving it a further ‘beefed up’ facelift.
On the outside, the ‘Utilitarian Land Rovers’ has been given a black coloring, with multi-textured trimmings in various areas such as the front tire guards and the grill. Special Xenon HID headlights display a special all-weather light, along with the unique spotlights for night cruises. The back has been done with special tire covers amongst others, which carry a contrasted coloring scheme to that of the chassis. The insides have been redone completely for ultimate comfort of the passengers. Whichever weather you travel in, none of it shall change the experience you have inside with the all-weather proofing system installed. Since, this would be a long distance vehicle; it has been ensured that the passengers don’t get bored, with a 600Watt multimedia system which also has 2 LCD screens and sound systems for complete entertainment. The sound proofing also negates any external noise from entering the vehicle. The décor is as such as been given a sporty touch with the dual-brown shaded ceilings, and the lighter brown leather seats and side walls. Also, according to the passengers’ mood, the lighting can be changed to suit the ambience within the vehicle.
The credit for the creative and high quality work has been given to Bulgarian design house Vilner, who has also provided a utility kit with the car. A seasoned enterprise, Vilner was involved in complete stripping of the interiors and redoing it the ‘beefed up’ avatar. Now this is what we call a true luxury all-terrain vehicle (ATV).
Via: Car Advice