Vilner Gives Hummer H2 a Taste of the Chinese Dragon

Interior

Epic style upgrade for monster SUV.

Interior specialist Vilner has revealed its latest project – a Chinese Dragon themed Hummer H2. Matching the unsubtle nature of the car, the styling upgrade incorporates a black and yellow Chinese dragon design applied to both the exterior and interior of the oversized SUV. Wearing a yellow paint job with Chinese dragon motifs, a set of 26-inch chrome alloys, and chrome trim, inside the Hummer has been overhauled with the same two-tone color scheme including leather-wrapped door handles and LED lighting for the dials.

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