Although the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro won an interior design award, the Spies can't figure out why. Don't get us wrong, it is a nice throwback, old-school look with a contemporary spin. But when you start feeling around that you realize the Camaro's interior is not all that great.

Granted, it was a step in the right direction compared to other General Motors interiors of yore.

But leave it to a Bulgarian firm, Vilner, who took it upon itself to revamp the Camaro's interior and make it a bit more upscale.

With that said, take a look at our cover shot down below and let us know if the stock Camaro's interior looked anything like this, would you want one?

Let us know in the comments down below.

Vilner, who recently took it upon themselves to redo the interior of a Hennessey SRT600 Grand Cherokee, has now unleashed their interior-modifying skills on the new Camaro. Thank God, because it most definitely needs some fancy-pants stuff like this on the inside in order to take on the Mustang.

For this project, Vilner took a Silver Ice V6 Camaro and then added its own special magic to the seats, dash, ceiling, and all the rest. Instead of the common black plastic and leather found in most Camaros, Vilner's pony car wears "nubuck, aged nappa, and chrome" in its passenger compartment...

[Source: Carscoop]

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