Vilner criticizes the BMW X7 for too much hard plastic inside
Atanas Vilner, owner of the Bulgaria-based auto upholsterer Vilner, expressed his dissatisfaction over the abundance of hard plastic trim inside the range-topping BMW X7. A few days ago, he showed his own version of this car’s interior.
Depicted here is an X7 M50d, which gets 400 hp (298 kW) out of its diesel engine and starts from €120,000 in Europe. As you can see, the restyled sample boasts fine natural leather and Tartufo-colored Alcantara on its lower dashboard, doors, center tunnel, front seat backs, and ceiling. Sapphire-tinted safety harnesses create a pleasant contrast against the predominant brown hues.
The exterior stays mostly untouched, but a few accents are still there, such as the new wheels and X7 badges on the brake lights.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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