Interior specialist gives Audi's brutal wagon a body wrap and a classy cabin.
Bulgarian aftermarket house Vilner cares little for increasing horsepower or improving century sprint times. Its primary concern is making a car's cabin a better place to be, while it occasionally makes some mods to the exterior, as it has done here with the outgoing Audi RS6 Avant (whose successor was just released). A lime green vinyl wrap may not be to everyone's taste, but when offset with a black hood, roof and boot, and complemented by a set of Black Piano Varnish alloys, the powerful wagon is no laughing matter.
While the twin-turbo V10, good for 580 horsepower and a 0-62 mph time of 4.6 seconds, has been spared molestation, the RS6 Avant's aerodynamics were touched up, with Vilner adding a new carbon-fiber grille and diffuser. Inside is where Vilner really comes to life, and Audi's high-performance estate was treated to a comprehensive overhaul. Alcantara adorns the ceiling, door panels, steering wheel and gearshift, the seats feature Nappa leather inserts and bright green accent stitching, while green seatbelts were also added.