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The team around the tuner Vilner has just published a new project. A BMW 750I E38 with a thick V12, which can almost be described as a classic, came into consideration as a basis, which can certainly be described as a "rare guest" on tuningblog.eu. So far we have only been able to present a tuned E38, at that time one AC SCHNITZER BMW L7 (ACS7) version from 2001. After the tuning cure, which at Vilner once again concentrated almost exclusively on the interior, the 7 Series is now much more exciting and individual than the production version, but still retains its classic, unobtrusive lines. If you are also the proud owner of a BMW 7 Series of the E38 generation (1994-2001), Vilner should be an interesting starting point when it comes to setting the luxury class sedan apart from the crowd. As for the changes made to the BMW 750I E38, we have already learned the first details. As always, we have listed what we know below for you in a summary. But if you discover any other changes that we haven't listed, just use the comment box and let us know!
These are the details of the vehicle:
- black BMW kidneys
- black unknown approx 19-20 inch big alloy wheels (5 spoke rims)
- BMW emblem in black
- black turn signals and headlights front and rear
- new fog lights
- unknown lowering (sports springs, coil springs, sports suspension)
- Interior completely covered with gray and black leather (Alcantara headliner and parts of the seats, upholstered steering wheel)
- Piano lacquer wood trim (dashboard, door panels, backs of the front seats)
- possibly a performance increase - (chip tuning, tuning box, compressor or turbo conversion, NOS etc. - info is pending)
- possibly a sports exhaust system (info is still pending)
Certainly, new information and certainly new pictures and videos will soon be online. As soon as this is the case, we will of course put it online and inform you about it.
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