Lamborghini Aventador gets updated by Vorsteiner image

Vorsteiner has recently unveiled a new styling package for the Lamborghini Aventador, which has been named the Aventador-V LP-740 by Vorsteiner.

According to the tuning company, this kit is mainly focusing on changes applied to the body and some of these changes include the new front bumper with dual air intake carbon fiber surrounds, a carbon fiber front splitter, a central racing stripe running down its length, new carbon fiber side sills, carbon fiber side air intake surrounds, a custom carbon fiber rear wing, which was tested up to 180 mph, a more aggressive carbon fiber rear diffuser and some other minor tweaks.

The Lamborghini Aventador-V LP740 by Vorsteiner has also received a fresh set of wheels, monoblock, measuring 20x9j at the front and 21x13j at the rear, which were wrapped in Pirelli P-Zero tires. As far as the LP-740 goes, you should know that there is also an ECU software flash, courtesy of Hex Flash, which has updated its total output to 740 HP and it has also added an extra 35 lb-ft of torque. Vorsteiner didn’t say anything about other updates and the tuner didn’t even announce the pricing range for all of these updates, but these details will probably become public by the end of the year.