Vorsteiner Lamborghini Aventador-V
A few weeks ago, Vorsteiner launched the “Vorsteiner Nero,” which is a subsidiary specializing in updating cars from Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Bentley and Rolls Royce. One of the first packages launched by Vorsteiner Nero is this new Aventador-V LP740. The Lamborghini Aventador has just received a new exterior modification package and some stuff under the hood.
Dubbed the Aventador-V, the kit consists of carbon fiber elements. Thus, the front apron gets side air intake frames, a front splitter and a set of winglets. What’s more, the hood now wears a decal.
The theme continues on the side of the car, where we find skirts that use an aggressive designs, while the same can be said about the massive diffuser that sits at the rear of this V12-powered Lamborghini. The exterior kit is adds new elements made from carbon fiber, like the front splitter, front-lower intake surrounds, side air scoops, rear vent surrounds, and the rear difuser. All of these new elements help improve the aerodynamic efficiency and the aggressive look of the Aventador.
In order to upgrade the engine’s output, the tuner upgraded the engine ECU to achieve additional 40 horsepower, which is evident by its “LP740” name.
Vorsteiner also offers customers the possibility to choose between multiple types of wheels. In the adjacent images, Vorsteiner is showcasing the VSE-003 forged wheels, which come in a 21-inch size, using a dark finish.