Alfa Romeo Brera Beautified by Vilner

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Gorgeous Italian receives Bulgarian makeover.

There’s no such thing as an ugly Alfa Romeo, but that doesn’t mean the Italian carmaker’s gorgeous creations can’t be improved upon. Bulgarian interior specialist Vilner has attempted to do just that with the Alfa Brera, the Giugiaro designed coupe seen here in titanium matte paint, and black jet plane-inspired alloys. To make the car truly unique, Vilner was tasked with restyling the cabin, which it did using nappa leather, Alcantara and real snakeskin on the dash and doors.

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Adding more carbon, red contrast stitching, and embroidery depicting an East Asian dragon featured on the Alcantara headliner and back of the front seats, other upgrades include red seat belts and black leather door panels.

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