Jeep Tuning

This Is One Bad-Ass Jeep Wrangler “Hunting Unlimited” by Vilner

Bulgarian-based Vilner tuner is back into the spotlights with another spectacular project carried out this time on a 2012 Jeep Wrangler, the entire program being called the “Hunting Unlimited.”

As we can depict from the photos below with the car`s exterior and interior, it looks like this Jeep Wrangler was literally left to rust, yet this is what the tuner wanted to achieve in order to satisfy the fancy dreams of its owner, who is both a hunter and a sculptor.

The exterior comes with a thorough treatment, meaning the technicians from Vilner have stripped the car`s surface, leaving the body style to rust and then treated it with some special clear coats and techniques, until it came out the way it is highlighted in the media gallery. And the effect is really impressive.

Inside, the cabin has also received the same visual effects, yet the engineers using special and natural vegetable-tanned leather instead of rust trim, adding as well “Old Tobacco” vintage leather, special stitching, new metal accents, different shades of brown, as well as a set of bags for carrying the necessary equipment for the owner`s haunting sessions. The photos are also showing the interior`s special unique gear knob.

This special Jeep Wrangler Hunting Unlimited by Vilner has also received some special mechanics, which increase its off-road capabilities – new modified-suspension system with FOX tweaks improving the car`s ground clearance, new set of 37-inch BFGoodrich Krawler T/A rock crawling tires, powerful Warn winch, all providing the model with a special “take-me-everywhere” look.

As for the Jeep`s engine under the hood, this special model by Vilner packs a 3.6-liter V6 Pentastar mill, the same found on the standard 2012 Jeep Wrangler, with 285 horsepower and 353 Nm of torque, being sent to all four axles via a six-speed manual gearbox.

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