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Vilner Adds a Touch of Style to the Interior of a 7 Series

Call the current 7 Series whatever you like. It might’ve fallen behind its rivals from Stuttgart and Ingolstadt but you can’t say it doesn’t have class and more luxury than one would absolutely need.
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The 7er still is the flagship of the BMW range and it offers impressive optional features, some going beyond fathomable, if you dwell in the Individual range. The company will even make the dash trims out of your own lemon tree if you want them too. As long as you have the money to pay them for it, of course.

While some would like to see their beloved tree inside their own car, others would rather add small touches to the mix, like Alcantara strips here and there and, why not, some leather add-ons wherever possible.

For that, they might as well go to professionals, as this is an expensive car after all, right? Especially if its an F02 model (those would be the long wheelbase models in BMW lingo).

Since LWB 7ers don’t come cheap, the finish couldn’t’ve looked cheap either. Alcantara was applied to the headliner by the specialists from Vilner while the headrests, steering wheel, armrests and seats received brown details. If you think this project was tricky, you obviously didn’t see the 3 Series the guys did a while back.

 
 
 
 
 

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