Trabant is a car, often referred to as East German VW Beetle. The copywriter entered the Vilner Garage is one of the newest GDRs and a 1-liter unit from the VW Polo MkI installed instead of the two-stroke Trabant 601, the speed is now reduced, but the Trabant 1.1 looks practically the same as the 601.
Unchanged until the arrival of the car in Vilner Garage. "We created an interior that Traban never had. We chose the real carousel in order to remain faithful to a retro style, while using the most modern craft," said Vilner Garage, a Bulgarian design studio.
The salon is wrapped in textile and dual leather. The latter is called because of the soft lining, which gives it a specific volume and makes it pleasant for the eye as for the eye. The seats are arranged with leather leather, in the center are tanned textiles, and the headrests deliberately remain in their original shape. The board also combines fine natural material with textiles, the color of the vintage skin is Charcoal Black.
Momo is headed, wearing black leather and contrasting stitches, with a 21-inch logo on the middle. "We've changed all the emblems of the Sachsenring Karosseriemodule with the favorite number of the owner," says Willner. "We put on the pillars B, the center of the wheels, the doors, and even the roof of the car." Ceiling inside is completely covered with colorful textiles, which is also placed around the skin handle on a 4-step box. Radio? It looks old, but retro vision hides modern technology.
As for the look, we see the familiar vision, but with modern accents. The headlights are completely LED, the daytime running lights also duplicate the ignition signals. All panels of the car were completely revised, the ceiling got a graphic "21", repeating the performance of the salon, which is also present on the doors. The earrings also received special attention: handling "textiles" and central caps with a favorite number of the owner.