While Vilner is not really a BMW-oriented tuner, it does produce some amazing projects, for both cars and motorcycles.
And recently, they decided to try their hand at a BMW 6 Series.
After dismantling the vehicle and applying the modifications, the Bulgarian aftermarket specialist dubbed the resulting build “Bullshark”. Performance-wise, the Bullshark uses an upgraded 4.4 liter V8 engine managing some 370 Hp and 522 Nm of torque.
Most of the brunt was extracted by the reworked ECU and custom exhaust system, but the carbon fiber body panels also help the vehicle’s performance.
Getting on to the aesthetics of the project, no surprises were presented, with the traditional Vilner high-quality interior design and materials. From what could be gleaned, new seats were installed, a custom steering wheel and some leather upholstery.
There are also new custom wheels for a well rounded project. Still, one feature might break the whole vehicle, namely the front grille. Vilner took it upon themselves to design whole new grilles for the BMW 6 Series, and while they don’t look bad at all, certain BMW fans might find that change a bit excessive and very unlike BMW.