When the Aventador was first unveiled at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, do you remember being blown away on how aggressive designer Filippo Perini had made the car?
The design was conceptualised from and very similar to the limited-edition Lamborghini Reventon, utilising a heavy use of sharp creases and planar surfaces which is typical of Lamborghini’s styling direction, but not to the extent they did with the Aventador. (If you actually look back at the Lamborghini Reventon, you can see styling cues from both the Murcielago and Aventador infused within the one car).
For those few lucky ones that own the current flagship raging bull, you might have not noticed the plethora of aftermarket styling accessories on the market that can transform your already aggressive Aventador into something truly psychotic.
Vorsteiner Nero (the supercar performance arm of Vorsteiner), was established in 2004 as a luxury manufacturer for carbon fibre body kits, wheels, exhausts and accessories. Hailing from the United States (we forgive you if you thought they were from Germany), here’s a closer look at their aero kit for the Aventador.
The kit in its entirety contains carbon fibre parts including a new aero wing, a front spoiler, splitter’s, hood and vent trims, a rear diffuser, side sill extension blades and a carbon fibre interior kit. Coupled with a set of Vorsteiner’s flow forged V-FF 103 wheels in carbon graphite, the Vorsteiner Neo styling kit is up there as one of best offerings on the market for the Aventador, in contrast to both Liberty Walk and DMC.
For more information on Vorsteiner in Australia, contact the authorised distributor RamSpeed.