Bulgarian tuning company Vilner recently unveiled a minimalistic customization for the current Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet. Knowing that Porsche engineers spent a lot of time designing the car’s ‘tear drop shaped’ body, Vilner kept its hands off the body work and decided to fiddle instead with the car’s interior and engine bay.
The red-black color palette of the cabin is still present but Vilner upholstered the seats in red Nappa leather and black Alcanatara. It is now equipped with an ergonomic steering wheel and is decorated with carbon fiber trim.
Strips of the carbon fiber trim can also be found on the gear selector, the door handles and the seat belt sockets.
Under the hood, there is still the 3.8-liter twin-turbo flat-six but after applying a chip upgrade courtesy of RaceChip of Germany, the engine now generates 561 PS, 81 PS more than the stock figure of 480 PS according to Vilner.