Who knew a Bulgarian auto tuner could dress up a Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT600 into something that seemingly overflows with leather, Alcantara, and carbon fiber?

Vilner – yes, that’s their name – decked this Grand Cherokee SRT600 out with so much leather that it would put all other leather-upholstered vehicles to shame.

And the best part is, these guys didn’t even waste a second bragging about their so-called Bulgarian job.

Vilner turned the interior of the Grand Cherokee inside out and completely overhauled it with nothing but leather, alcantara, and carbon leather, which the company said was used because real carbon fiber was “outrageously expensive”. We have to admit; we got a chuckle out of that.

In any case, to complement the whole leather treatment of the SUV, Vilner also surmounted them with red seams to match the Grand Cherokee’s paint job. There are also woven inscriptions of “600SRT” all over the car, signifying just how many ponies there are sitting underneath the hood of the vehicle.

Overall, Vilner’s Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT600 is about as good as it gets for all leather and alcantara obsessed car owners out there. You know what they say about too much of something bring bad. Apparently, these guys have never heard of that adage.

Hit the jump for the press release.

Press Release

The most powerful Grand Cherokee, which you can spot in Bulgaria was finished in … Bulgaria. Surprised, ah? And if the turbo was made by the Californians from Vorteh, perfectly installed by the tuners of Overdive, the interior of this flying off-road coach is a pure Bulgarian job. And it smells like a LOT (and) expensive leather.

Since your chances to sit in this car are close to zero, we will tell you what you can find in there and what you cannot. Then you can brag about as if someone gave you a ride with the strongest Grand Cherokee in Bulgaria.

2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT600 by Vilner Interior
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The interior is in different nuances of the grey, plus a pinch or two of carbon to taste, as the most rounded TV cook would say. Bulgarian studio Vilner turned the whole jeep inside out in order to redress its interior only in a stylish combination of leather and alcantara. Since everyone talk about the latter but no one knows that exactly it is (and why the hell one small saloon of alcantara burdens the invoice for your brand new car with at least several thousand EUR), we will explain it out loud. Alcantara is not deerskin but only pure artificial high-tech microfiber. So high-tech that it is offered for the same price as leather, however it is easily cleaned, highly durable, looks like expensive velveteen and it is perfect for the ceiling, front panel, seats, steering-wheel or for the door panels.

Back to the interior of the red Grand Cherokee – it has carbon on the gears, hand brake, and steering-wheel. Actually, they are dressed in carbon leather, which perfectly imitates the outrageously expensive real carbon. If you are such a nut, Vilner could do this for you too. Their goal in the case with the brutal Grand Cherokee, however, was to create the feeling of something much more special than the original plastic-fantastic interior of each modern Jeep.

2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT600 by Vilner Interior
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The whole grey composition in the project is surmounted with red seams, which discreetly remind of the magnificent red paintjob of the vehicle. Each of the seats, as well as the ceiling, are with designer prints with woven inscription "600 SRT". The number shows the number of horses under the front hood and the second one, in the language of Grand Cherokee, means V8 engine from the Street and Racing Technology series of Chrysler.

VILNER EOOD was incorporated in 1996, and since 2010 the Vilner brandname has already been patented. The company relies on high quality and professionalism, aiming at being different from the others and it has raised its standards alone in order to be competitive. The services that it provides are design of interior furnishing of vehicles and buildings, additional noise-isolation of the coupe, diode lighting, designer solutions with carbon, piano varnish and aluminum, sound-screening and multimedia for vehicles, upholstering children carseats with leather, individual design of Vertu telephones, etc. The company policy is to prepare in advance the project’s design, so that the client could see how it would look like and to start work only after it gets the client’s approval.

Source: Vilner

Kirby Garlitos
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Kirby’s first exposure into the world of automobiles happened when he caught Knight Rider on television as a five-year old boy. David Hasselhoff didn’t leave much of an impression on him (that happened later on in Baywatch), but KITT certainly did. To this day, Kirby remains convinced that he will one day own a car with the same ‘spirit’ as the original KITT (not the 2008 monstrosity). He doesn't know when that will be, but until then, he’s committed to expressing his love for KITT, and all cars for that matter, here at TopSpeed.  Read More
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