Vorsteiner Tackles the Lamborghini Aventador

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Nothing like adding even more carbon fiber components to a Raging Bull.

California-based aftermarket tuner Vorsteiner has recently turned its attention to Lamborghini's flagship, the V12-powered Aventador. While it's not the easiest thing in the world to improve upon, it's still possible to find ways to cut a little weight here and there via additional carbon fiber components. Called the Aventador-V, the package of enhancements includes new side air intakes shrouds, front and rear grille frames and hood trims, all of which have been constructed out of carbon fiber.

Vorsteiner also crafted a more aggressive front splitter and rear diffuser section, also made from the same lightweight material. As a finishing touch, the tuner gave the Aventador a set of its own uniquely designed Monoblock forged aluminum wheels, measuring in at 20- and 21-inches front and back, respectively. Official pricing has yet to be announced.

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