The Chinese unit of Art Studio Vilner has decided to go weird on us with a 2010 Acura MDX (already a quirky vehicle) that has been adorned with a butterfly theme.
The company has called its pretty fly – as in bizarre – creation the Morph – and some of the insects are actually part of the crossover’s completely modified interior. In case it wasn’t obvious from the start, it’s a lady that asked for the customization – and she is actually breeding butterflies so she wanted the vehicle to match her odd professional skills. Vilner’s team went for an extremely dark purple with a satin finish for the exterior of the model, while the pinstripe down the body and other accents are in a shade of iridescent blue to honor the radiant insects. The dark tenure is accented by more colorful accents via the periwinkle touches on the front emblem and wheels.
Vilner worked even harder for the interior. The tuner used actual wings from the buyer’s butterflies and incorporated them into the dashboard and door panels. A clear coat over the top keeps them shiny – and these represent a colorful touch since the color changes from light blue to dark purlble depending on the light. The black leather seats with blue insect-like segments, purple Alcantara and cerulean trim complete the interior makeover. Vilner also covered the headliner in Alcantara with embedded LEDs – a nod to Rolls’ Starlight Headliner.