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Vilner Releases the Full Details of their Stormtrooper BMW

Last week we were showing you a teaser from Vilner of their latest project: the Stormtrooper BMW. Back then, the guys were promising to release the full details in a couple of days. Well, that day has come and their work is absolutely stunning.
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We’ve seen various projects done by them over the years but this time, they really outdid themselves. If in the past their work was resumed to completely changing the interior of various cars, this time they took a holistic approach and worked on every angle.

From the front you might recognize their Bullshark project from back in the day, when they combined a BMW E63 M6 with Infiniti headlights. This time though, even though they did the same thing, they paid more attention to the surrounding details and now the whole thing looks right, with no ugly creases or out of place bits and pieces.

The front bumper was changed along with the kidney grilles, the lower lip and the aforementioned headlights. All of this was done in the attempt of making it look like a stormtrooper as much as possible.

The bonnet was changed as well along with the boot lid, all in the hopes of creating an even more expressive design. The fenders and all accessories have been reworked to accommodate the 20” black wheels. No matter how interesting the exterior is, the interior is one step further.

Inside the cabin you’ll find Nappa leather and brown Alcantara almost everywhere. The dash, the doors and the seat backs were done in the precious material whereas the trims were turned into pure carbon fiber.

Even the instrument cluster was changed to have a more ‘personal’ touch while the seatbelts and iDrive controller were painted sparkling white to match the exterior. To top everything off, the body of the M6 was done in a triple layer of white pearl paint.
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