Vorsteiner Lamborghini Aventador-V front 3/4 view

Vorsteiner Lamborghini Aventador is Discretely Different Dynamite

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When it comes to cosmetic tuning for high-end luxury and exotic cars, Vorsteiner is a cut above the rest. Yeah, go ahead, accuse us of being homers for being fans of the Garden Grove, California based company, but hear us out. Many of Vorsteiner-enhanced vehicles could be mistaken for special edition versions from their manufacturers, so tasteful and unobtrusive are the mods.

This trend continues with the brand’s newest creation, the Aventador-V. Naturally, it’s based on the Lamborghini Aventador; in fact, to the untrained eye, it doesn’t look any different from one fresh out of the Lamborghini factory. So let’s prep those peepers for picking an Aventador-V out of a crowd (not that you’re likely to stumble upon a whole herd of Aventadors in the same place).

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Up front, there’s a new, beefier front splitter. The rear gets a new diffuser with closely-clustered quad tailpipes in place of the big, angular single-tip. And there are additional trim pieces for the front cowl vents and side air scoops. As is the case with most of Vorsteiner’s aero parts, these bits are unpainted carbon fiber.

Vorsteiner also ditches the Aventador’s stock wheels for a set of its VSE-003 monoblock forged wheels wearing Pirelli tires. As with the body parts, these new rollers look like they could have been bolted on by the line workers at Sant’Agata Bolognese. Some people might deride the upgrades as being too subtle; we happen to like that subtlety.

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No word yet on what Vorsteiner plans to charge for all these bits, but we’re guessing it will be a rather pretty penny. Of course, for the average Lamborghini Aventador owner, “a pretty penny” refers to a price in the low six figures, so they might call it “chump change.” It really is all about perspective…

Source: Vorsteiner



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