Alfa Romeo Spider Receives Interior Touches by Vilner

The Alfa Romeo Spider was considered an extremely complexed model from an aesthetic point of view, and that because it wears the special print of the Giugiaro and Pininfarina. This is why perhaps no aftermarket shop has ever tried to spoil the design with any additional body elements.

Instead, some have had a keen eye for the interior, which they believed it could be turned into absolute beauty that would perfectly reflect the car`s attitude.

The famous Bulgarian tuner Vilner is also one of those shops which respect the car`s extraordinary body design and decided to come up with the “Fibra de Carbono Rosso” project, which mainly involves some mods carried out inside the cabin.

But for the cabin to look smashing, the aftermarket specialists have had to add the Milano Rosso paint with black lacquer finishes on the side turn signals, headlight rings, door handles and between the taillights.

The cabin however, received the best attention. The tuner has first installed highlight materials made from a mixture between carbon fiber and Kevlar, which perfectly complements the exterior with the red carbon fiber accents all around the cockpit.

Additional features refer to the red leather with white stitching, two-tone leather upholstery on the seats, new steering wheel, or upgraded seatbelts finished in cherry purple red which perfectly match the Milano Rosso body wrap.

In the engine department, the Alfa Romeo Spider still packs the standard 2.4-liter flat-four turbo engine, but comes with a power boost of 250 horsepower and 420 Nm of torque, hooked to a six-speed manual gearbox.

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