Vorsteiner has just released its brand new styling package for the Lamborghini Aventador dubbed the Lamborghini Aventador-V LP-740 by Vorsteiner. The kit is largely focused on exterior changes, but Vorsteiner has also done some tweaking and fettling under the hood. The Aventador-V LP-740 by Vorsteiner has been over a year in the making with Vorsteiner spending a total of 11.5 months taking the carbon fiber trim from concept through to production.
At the front, the Lamborghini Aventador-V LP-740 by Vorsteiner features a brand new front bumper incorporating new dual air intake carbon fiber surrounds as well as an extremely impressive carbon fiber front splitter. Additionally, the Aventador-V LP-740 pictured here features a central racing stripe running down the length of the vehicle in the form Vorsteiner’s ‘V’ logo. This graphic kit is an optional extra.
The car is then rolling on a set of Vorsteiner Forged monoblock wheels measuring 20x9J at the front and 21x13J at the rear and mated to Pirelli P-Zero tyres. Additionally, the Aventador-V LP-740 features new carbon fiber side sills and carbon fiber side air intake surrounds.
At the rear, the Lamborghini Aventador-V LP-740 by Vorsteiner features a custom carbon fiber rear wing which works harmoniously with the standard rear wing. In fact, Vorsteiner has tested the new rear wing up to 180 mph and claims that it doesn’t set of warning indicators like other aftermarket wings for the Aventador can do. This has been by actually removing the standard rear wing and replacing it with Vorsteiner’s own which can also fully retract under the deck lid. Also found at the rear is a more aggressive carbon fiber rear diffuser.
Completing the changes is an ECU software flash courtesy of Hex Flash. This sees power boosted to 740 hp at the wheels and an additional 35lb-ft of torque added.