The aftermarket specialists at Vorsteiner have recently pulled the wraps off their latest creation, the Lamborghini Aventador-V LP-740.
According to the tuning company, the Italian supercar in question has received some exterior modifications including the new front bumper, which now has built-in dual air intake surrounds made from carbon fiber, the carbon fiber side sills and side air intake surrounds, the rear wing, which has been made from the same lightweight material, the carbon rear diffuser, which is offering a more aggressive stance, the carbon fiber front splitter, the central racing stripe and the fresh 20- / 21-inch front to rear alloy wheels, wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires.
The LP-740 seen in its name is not fake and it’s highlighting a power boost achieved from remapping the ECU. The total out output of the unit now stands at 740 HP (544 kW) and the peak torque at 737 Nm (544 lb-ft), which is more than what the standard supercar has to offer: 700 HP (515 kW) and 690 Nm (509 lb-ft) of torque. The output has been achieved from the same 6.5 liter naturally aspirated V12 engine. Additional details on the modified Aventador are limited for the moment.