Fighter jet supercar gets a first class interior.
When you attend an exclusive event like Salon Prive 2015, you expect to see some first class autos and insane performance vehicles, much like the super-rare Spanish supercar, the Tramontana XTR. This two-seater, equipped with a 5.5-liter twin-turbo V12 that produces 888 hp and 722 lb-ft of torque, has never needed to work hard to get any attention. Beyond its beastly performance, it also boasts a very rare seating configuration, with the driver perched ahead of the passenger, much like in a two-seat fighter jet.
But people who can afford to own a car like this are also accustomed to traveling in style. To match the car's unique interior to its first class performance, the example shown at Salon Prive was given a special treatment by Vilner: the exterior color scheme has been mimicked on the inside, and the XTR has now been given a phenomenal black, red and white leather interior. Vilner also added a host of carbon fiber accents and Alcantara pieces throughout the cabin. Now, when the driver and passenger enclose themselves in the supercar's glass bubble, they'll be ensconced in luxury that makes first class seem slow.