Vilner, the still to establish themselves Bulgarian tuners are well on their path towards doing so, especially given this new creation of theirs.
Bearing in mind it mixes two humble ideas, the one of the diminutive sized Smart ForTwo and the concept of a square they did admirably well.
The custom city cruiser was built for a local customer and it features a superbly chosen two tone color scheme of chrome and orange for both the exterior and with black and orange for any interior appearance.
No performance updates were made to this particular Smart ForTwo, but then again, speed isn’t the issue here is it?
Nobody who’d buy a smart would do it for the performance, and this is where I think Vilner did great, they kept the original purpose of the car as it still does city slicking well.
The only difference is that now, thanks to some completely customized seats, door panels and dashboard, every bit of the Smart ForTwo is now something that properly draws attention to itself.
Vilner did such a good job that one may easily overlook does rather kitschy chrome orange alloy wheels the Bulgarians fitted.
Let’s let that one slide for now, while some have had decades to prepare for the whole affair, Vilnius barely entered the tuning current just a few months ago.