Vilner Customizes 2015 Mercedes-AMG S63 For 'The King' [VIDEO]

Dec 05, 2016 05:38 AM EST | Portia Mae M. Cansancio

Car customization at its finest. Vilner strikes again with their latest rendition of the 2015 Mercedes-AMG S63. This gave the S-Class a classy and high-quality look --- fit for a King.

Established in 1996, Vilner Studio is a place for vehicles from all around the world to acquire transformations like never seen before. Consisting of an exceptionally talented team, Vilner guarantees ingenuity with its customers. With 15 years of experience in the business, no doubt, they will deliver. "The King", owner of the Mercedes-AMG S63 with 585 hp who wanted his name anonymous, wishes his expensive S-Class to be something more than just a meager Designo interior that Mercedes offered. He also wanted the look and feel to be more Maybach and less Mercedes. These demands led him to Vilner.

According to Vilner, the main theme was quilted leather and alcantara. Made from fine leather, white contrast stitching was added on the floor mats. Two sides of the dashboard and the boot lid were also coated with quilted alcantara. Cross stitching can be seen on the middle sections of the seats, sides of the middle tunnel, and on the headliner as well. The steering wheel, a significant factor for its interior, which serves as main instrument that bonds the driver with the car, was coated with alcantara and fine Napa leather. The same goes for the rear view mirror and for the remaining bare plastic details.

No detail is too small for Vilner. The armrest cover's button for its compartment, which was originally wearing tinted silver enamel, is now blackened. Wooden trim pieces were also given a piano gloss black finish. Overall, the outcome was a success; it gave the Mercedes-AMG S63 its black kingdom of luxury. "The King" was filled with utter joy and contentment. 

Check out the video below for more details on Vilner's final output.

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