A Tesla tuner has given this Model 3 an...interesting upgrade

It's certainly far from stock
by Vijay Pattni | Dec 14, 2019
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Loud, isn’t it? The regular Tesla Model 3 makes no traditional car noises of course, so Bulgarian modifier Vilner Garage has amped up the inside. Here, there is no ‘off’ button, only ‘11.’

Welcome, then, to a “symbiosis of form and function,” according to Vilner, that “corresponds with the higher academic class of the fine arts.” It is a hand-built interior that removes the factory trim and replaces it with straight-up free-form textile jazz.

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There’s a turquoise wool damask covering the main bit of the seats and the backrests. A similar color—“but with a smoother nuance”—hits the side columns, the center console, and the sunroof trim.

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There are leather elements, too: a “warm copper tinge” outlining the seats, the head restraints, and the upper parts of the centre console. Vilner has replaced the standard dash with a standalone touchscreen and wood panel.

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Flip down the sun visors and there’s yet more color. Heck, even the seat belts are colored, as is the ‘Airbag’ lettering on the steering wheel.

“All of this gives a typical car of the digital age an unadulterated sophistication, characteristically for long gone times filled with serenity and idealism,” says Vilner.

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It’s quite...something, isn’t it?

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NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.

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