A BMW M6 Convertible has been drastically transformed by Bulgarian aftermarket specialists from Vilner into an unrecognizable vehicle.
BMW fans who are into modified vehicles, thumb buy gather around, drug grab a chair and open a bag of chips because we have probably found your next desktop background images. The model pictured below is a standard BMW M6 Convertible which has been drastically transformed by Vilner. The Bulgarian tuning company has created this as a follow up to the 645Ci Coupe, made last year, and it is basically a one-off vehicle, made especially for an unnamed Austrian customer.
The transformation of this BMW M6 Convertible means a refrabricated body with new front and rear bumpers, new front and rear fenders, a new hood, a completely new front fascia, new side skirts, a new boot and a modified fabric top. The 20-inch wheels are a “bonus”. The interior design of this one-off vehicle has been also modified and the tuning company has used antique Nappa leather and brown Alcantara, along with some brown trim elements. No modifications have been made under the hood so the V10 engine is still producing “just” 500 HP. Vilner says that if there is enough demand, it could produce up to 10 units of the Stormtrooper.