Vorsteiner Aventador-V

Article by Anthony Alaniz. Images from Vorsteiner Website.

The Lamborghini Aventador is the Italian automakers current top offering. Powered by a 6.5-liter, V-12 engine straight from the depths of hell itself, the Aventador produces an earth-shattering 691 horsepower. The supercar already has killer looks, resembling that of a praying mantis or some other angular creature from the Cretaceous period long ago extinct. That doesn’t mean, though, that there aren’t some out there who want to add a smidge of personalization to their new supercar. 

Take Vorsteiner, which offers a wicked looking appearance package and wheels for the car called the Aventador-V. The company doesn’t just offer a slew of slap-on products to gussie up the supercar. . . They go all out with precision made products that look right at home on the car. 

Some intricate parts that find their way onto the Aventador-V are items such as the active aero rear wing, Zaragoza front splitter, rear diffuser, carbon package and side-sill extension blades. 

Now, these options not only look great, but they are also functional. Take the active aero wing, which works with the factory active aero bits already standard on the car. The Zaragoza front splitter is what gives the Lamborghini a menacing look. Applying the splitter almost gives the car a look like it has teeth and fangs. The carbon fiber contrasts well with the bright orange paint. 

Not only does Vorsteiner offer great body kits, but an assortment of sick wheels as well. These types of appearance kits and wheels are what make the aftermarket world so enjoyable. Enhancing one’s car, like an Aventador, is an easy and enjoyable process. 

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Born and raised in southeast Michigan. Chose to stay out of necessity. Staff writer at a small community newspaper covering city government, the schools and whatever else happens in town. J-school graduate from EMU, weekend mechanic, car enthusiast and open-road connoisseur. Open to all invites of hospitality and adult beverages.
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