The Stingray's new exterior features a pearl brown varnish, while the original nickel-plated wheels were left in their original state. The form of the tail-lights were left intact, and new daytime running lights and turn signals were added — all using LED. Two chrome-plated grills were built in the opening of the front fenders, while the rear bumper was given a new look to better suit the Stingray's lines. The targa roof trim was upholstered in calf leather with decorative stitching. Under the hood, Vilner gave the 5.7-liter V8 Small Block engine brand new shafts, head, and two twin carburetors — apparently giving the engine an estimated 300 horsepower.