Wednesday, 15 January 2014

Jeep Wrangler Enjoys Some Bulgarian Pizzazz from Vilner

As a no-nonsense 4x4, the Jeep Wrangler doesn't really need to be flashy or full of comfort features, but some owners wouldn't mind some upgrades either, which brings us to this new 2014 Jeep Wrangler Sahara that was customized by Vilner.

The revisions begin with the exterior where the Bulgarian studio replaced the stock 17-inch wheels with a new set of glossy black 20-inch rims, while adding LED headlights, fog lights and rear turn signals, and chrome for the door handles, grilles, mirrors and the tank cap.

Inside is where Vilner's technicians spent most of their time giving the Wrangler's cabin a red and black two-tone look through the use of leather and Alcantara for the seating, door, steering wheel and dashboard surfaces. They also painted the metal parts of the roof in black and added chrome detailing on the doors, steering wheel and the air outlets on the dashboard.

Finishing off the build, the studio upgraded the 2.8-liter diesel engine's software lifting output from 197hp (200PS) and 460 Nm (339 lb-ft) to 257hp (261PS) and 558 Nm (412 lb-ft).



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