Aftermarket company, Vorsteiner, has already built pretty impressive programs for the Lamborghini Aventador. But even with all its added to its inventory, the company is still tinkering with the Italian supercar to give it even more awesome than it already is.

For its latest project, Vorsteiner is building a new kit separate from the Renazzo-V; this time, it’s being touted as the Aventador-V and will feature some pretty exotic panels, including a new front and rear bumpers, a new rear spoiler and new side skirts, all of which will drive the Aventador’s already flashy appearance a few grades above "absolute bonkers".

The components are still in development, but the company has said that it will use a variety of carbon-fiber accessories, including a two-piece "wing blade package", as well as a new set of 20- and 21-inch monoblock forged-aluminum wheels.

The program will also have a unique and luxurious interior package and an F1 evolution exhaust system, all of which will further drive home the point that the Aventador-V program is something we should all keep an eye out for.

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Lamborghini Aventador

2013 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Exterior
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The jewel of Lamborghini’s current lineup is this Italian masterpiece. We’re not counting the Aventador J and the Veneno because those two are disqualified.

But the Aventador is a bona fide bad-boy, exemplified by the kind of design that makes men weak in the knees. Plus, the Italian supercar packs a 6.5-liter V-12 engine that produces 700 horsepower and 507 pound-feet of torque with a 0-to-60 mph time of 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 217 mph.

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Here is a rare opportunity to see how we start a project. The images below tell the story of starting with a concept then designing our 3D models using the latest technology. The blue laser light scanner give us an accurate computer generated Lamborghini 3D model. This allows us to increase effectiveness and accuracy in working with complex parts and shapes.

2013 Lamborghini Aventador-V by Vorsteiner Exterior
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Once our 3D model is finished, we can computer generate our parts for further development using our concept as a base. We then have a 3D rendering of our parts to give the development team an accurate vision to start with. We are always seeking perfection in every step of our design and it starts well before we even touch the vehicle. This assures that we have a proper fit with the end product.

The Lamborghini Aventador-V tuning program features include:
• Aventador-V Carbon Fiber Front Splitter Replacement
• Aventador-V Carbon Fiber Side Blade Skirt Attachment
• Aventador-V Carbon Fiber Wing Blade Package (2 pcs.)
• Aventador-V Carbon Fiber Exterior Package Replacing O.E. Factory Pieces
• 20 & 21 1-Piece Monoblock Forged Aluminum Wheels

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