A Pair of Land Rover Defenders Receive The Vilner Touch
Since 1983, the Land Rover Defender hasn't veered much from its original formula of trail-thrashing mechanical bits and simple (though boring) interior.
Vilner attempts to fix the latter with a pair of Defenders, where passengers will find themselves surrounded by a black and mocha brown color palette. The Recaro-style front seats are wrapped in dual-tone leather with simple stitching; the same goes for the door panels and center console panel. The entire headliner, B-pillar, front seat backs, and the subwoofer box (mounted in the cargo area) are wrapped in mocha-brown suede. Vilner also color-matched the instrument panel gauges.
The exterior touches are much more subtle and include diamond-patterned accent pieces on the front fenders, gray rims, and a Vilner spare tire cover. There are no details how much the Vilner treatment costs, but it's a safe bet you'll need a lot of coin to make your Defender get down, dirty, and dapper.