Mercedes G-Class by Vilner (2011)

2011 Mercedes G-Class by Vilner
Mercedes G-Class is not worthy enough for Cinderella
“The fairy-godmother made Cinderella pick from the garden the biggest pumpkin, which she hollowed out, touched with her wand and the pumpkin suddenly turned into a beautiful, golden carriage with small red velvet curtains.”
2011 Mercedes G-Class by Vilner
How would the modern carriage, worthy enough for today’s princes and princesses, look like? Vilner Studio assumed Charles Perrault’s role and the magnificent Mercedes G-Class opened its doors to reveal to us the fabulous world of the designer studio.
2011 Mercedes G-Class by Vilner
2011 Mercedes G-Class by Vilner
The completely changed interior is worthy enough for royalties. High quality leather embraces the whole coupe. The bright salon pleases the senses with its embossed elements, which crawl along the doors and ceiling of the vehicle. The ceiling is divided by a wide black strip of Alcantara. The whole interior of the vehicle is dressed in leather – even the rear-view mirror and the plastic elements on the seatbelts. Particular attention is paid to the details. Tiny elements of the interior magnificently stand out by their shining chrome. The light from the plafonds of the mirrors in the sunblinds comes out from round openings in the black Alcantara.
2011 Mercedes G-Class by Vilner
2011 Mercedes G-Class by Vilner
No matter how long the road from Kingdom A to Kingdom B is going to be, the passengers in the luxurious Mercedes G-Class will enjoy the music coming from the Ground Zero sound system in the extra muffled coupe. The drinks will stay in the chromium stands, surrounded with black plush, while the engraved initials proudly stand out on the front seats.
2011 Mercedes G-Class by Vilner
Outside, in the dark, the road can be seen crystal clear, thanks to the new LED lights, added by Vilner… A beautiful fairy-tale!
2011 Mercedes G-Class by Vilner
2011 Mercedes G-Class by Vilner
2011 Mercedes G-Class by Vilner

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