• Jul 9, 2011
Vilner Infiniti EX37 & FX37 – Click for high-res image gallery

Bulgarian customizer Vilner is known for creating luxurious passenger cabins. We've seen its crew apply their talents to the Mini Cooper, Chevy Camaro and Smart ForTwo, and now they've turned their attention to Infiniti's crossovers.

Since the press release after the jump offers little in the way of details, we'll let the images of the nautically inspired interiors in these EX37 and FX37 CUVs speak for themselves.
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VILNER touched the "untouchable" Infiniti ЕХ 37 and FX 37

A very few tuning and custom companies would dare try the model of the Japanese brand name Infiniti, since its vehicles are distinguished for their close to perfection design. The Bulgarian designer studio VILNER, however, rolled up its sleeves and coped faultlessly with the task.

The interior of the "untouchable" EX 37 and FX 37 have undergone changes by the specialist in the field - VILNER. The first customized vehicle addresses yacht owners, since it strongly reminds of this kind of vessels. Here is what the company says about it:

„Adventurer! He takes part in risky operations, and thanks to his skills he ends up safe and sound. Far from the noise of the city, he relaxes with his favorite sport – yachting. The chromium plated elements of the steering-wheel and a part of the coupe suggest his strong character and the extremely expensive material Amaretta, dressing the greater part of the interior, demonstrates his high class. Videoflex Film Extra took care for the yacht appearance – fine lines, which through the heat processing on the leather greet "Welcome on Board" and "wave" with the tail-wind on the ceiling. His meetings are intimate and discreet, as is the very ambient illumination – in tender contrast to its adventurous nature!"

In Infiniti FX 37, VILNER's designers have made considerably less changes, which however have given it more luxury. The interior has gained a more complete appearance and the ceiling, front panel and upper part of the panels are dressed in Nappa leather, and the plastic decorations on the seats – in Alcantara.

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      IBx27
      • 3 Years Ago
      This looks really classy, and the black/white scheme makes the red/blue gauges really stand out.
      Brian Fox
      • 3 Years Ago
      It is "okay" in my book. It is nice buy I'm sure they are going to charge like 8 grand for that and NO ONE in there right mind is going to pay that. These so called "customizes" don't know how to brand and position a product in the US market place! We are NOT going to pay that.
      Richard
      • 3 Years Ago
      Its nice to see something other than cyber crime and human trafficking come out of the Balkans
      • 3 Years Ago
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        ACSRHS
        • 3 Years Ago
        Uhhh Cadillac and Buick still have quite a ways to go until they can fully compete in their respective classes as well... Not to say they've improved though, but c'mon.
        Richard
        • 3 Years Ago
        ahahaha! That was a good laugh dude seriously. Now its time to get your head out of your @ss!
        • 3 Years Ago
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      Not me
      • 3 Years Ago
      too bad the exterior looks like an ugly sneaker
      Svartorn
      • 3 Years Ago
      As previously stated, it is pretty ugly, but not nearly as bad as Mansory. Then again, nothing is as bad as Mansory.
        Synthono
        • 3 Years Ago
        @Svartorn
        "What do you say when you ruin someone's luxury car?" "Man, Sory"
      Jon Pine
      • 3 Years Ago
      Our company does full custom interiors as well and this company interiors are not tasteful in my opinion. Check out our FULL custom interior on our 2010 Camaro. We have done work on 1000s of customers cars including Jay Lenos car. [img]http://carphotos.cardomain.com/ride_images/3/3474/689/33682844011_large.jpg[/img] or direct http://carphotos.cardomain.com/ride_images/3/3474/689/33682844011_large.jpg
      Seph
      • 3 Years Ago
      nice, I guess...
      car-spy-shots.blogsp
      • 3 Years Ago
      BIZARRO. The Camaro is much more well done
      darthjayson
      • 3 Years Ago
      Still not my thing, but those are a billion times better than anything Mansory has done.
      Dwight Bynum Jr.
      • 3 Years Ago
      This reminds me. Why aren't the EX37 and FX37 sold in the US? Fuel mileage?
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