For its next project, Bulgarian design house Vilner has once again ventured into the world of motorcycles with the full-customization of an Aprilia Tuono, which it has cleverly named (from a marketing standpoint) the Stingray.
The styling transformation encompasses a series of changes, including a brand new front fender, redesigned headlamps and turning signals with LED units, new side spoilers with two vents each, a re-sculptured tank and tinted rear lights.
And that’s not all, as Vilner re-upholstered the seats, painted part of the frame in black, repositioned the license plate holder, extended the rear fork and driving chain by 150mm (5.9 inches) and re-sprayed the wheels.
Complementing the new design is a performance upgrade said to boost the Aprilia’s output by 10 percent.
The Bulgarian customizers from Vilner revealed today their take on the Aprilia Stingray bike. Vilner says they have made around 13 modifications to the original Stingray, some of which are quite obvious, such as the gas tank. Vilner aimed to offer the Aprilia Stingray a more futuristic and aggressive stance. Apart from the tank, Vilner’s Stingray comes with a bespoke front fender, and a modified headlight that features helmet and air-ducts and personalized turn signals.
The new Stingray comes with modified side spoilers that feature vents for cooling the engine. The Vilner Aprilia Stingray comes with various leather covered parts, tinted rear lights, a matt black frame, and custom exhaust pipes finished in black. With help from Galaxy Custom, Vilner extended the rear fork and the chain of the Aprilia Stingray by 15 centimeters. They also increased the output of the bike by 10 percent. Vilner did not disclose the price of these modifications for the Aprilia Stingray.
Source - carscoop.blogspot.com, zercustoms.com
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