The Bulgarian car interior tuner, Vilner Studio, has dabbled in two-wheeled design. The boys from Vilner successfully transform the 2010 Aprilia Tuono 1000 into the more futuristic and aggressive Aprilia Stingray.
According to Vilner, they added thirteen new design elements to the original Aprilia to create the Aprilia Stingray. The bike receives tinted rear lights, custom exhaust pipes finished in black, a matt black frame, modified side spoilers with vents for cooling the engine, a new front fender, a modified headlight that comes with helmet and new air-ducts and integrated LED turn signals, and a new fuel tank that has two angular peaks. The side panels and the sides of the tail also were wrapped with the finest leather.
Furthermore, with help from Galaxy Custom, the license plate holder of the Aprilia Stingray tucked a bit away under the rear, while the swingarm has been extended by 15 centimeters. Vilner also claims the bike has a 10% increase in power.
The Aprilia Stingray is covered in a metallic brown and sits on silver wheels.