A few weeks ago, Vorsteiner — our favorite tuner of high-performance sports cars and supercars — launched the "Vorsteiner Nero," which is a subsidiary specializing in updating cars from Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Bentley and Rolls Royce.

One of the first packages launched by Vorsteiner Nero is this new Aventador-V LP740. The development of this product took almost a year and in the end, it is basically all about making the Lambo look even more stunning, but it also includes a few changes under the hood.

In order to upgrade the engine’s output, the tuner upgraded the engine ECU to help milk out an additional 40 horsepower, which is evident by its "LP740" name.

The exterior kit is adds new elements made from carbon fiber, like the front splitter, front-lower intake surrounds, side air scoops, rear vent surrounds, and the rear difuser. All of these new elements help improve the aerodynamic efficiency and the aggressive look of the Aventador.

Click past the jump to read more about the Lamborghini Aventador-V LP-740 by Vorsteiner.

  • 2013 Lamborghini Aventador-V LP-740 by Vorsteiner
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    6.5 L
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    220 mph (Est.)
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Lamborghini Aventador-V LP-740 by Vorsteiner in Detail

Front Details

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Up front, the new Aventador-V LP-740 receives two new splitters — left and right — for additional downforce. Vorsteiner also includes an optional, lower lip spoiler, giving the Aventador a more aggressive look.

Side Details

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The car’s aggression and width were increased by adding new side-sill extension blades.

Rear Details

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On the rear, there is a new aero wing made in carbon fiber that replaces the OEM spoiler. The tuner tested it to speeds up to 180 mph. That massive, carbon-fiber rear diffuser helps air escape from under the Aventador without creating excessive drag, plus it simply looks bad-ass.

Wheel Details

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The new Aventador-V rides on a set of forged monoblock wheels, sized 20-by-9 inches up front and 21-by-13 inches on the rear. These new wheels are wrapped in Pirelli P-Zero tires.


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Vorsteiner also developed a very cool graphic package that starts with a center stripe for hood with a Vorsteiner "V" logo across the center and continues with adhesive stripes for the trunk, hood and roof.

Press Release

Vorsteiner Nero is pleased to announce the launch of our new Aventador-V LP-740 edition for the Lamborghini Aventador. This package was by far the most challenging product line we have ever taken on in terms of design and engineering. Rather than simply adding on large, cumbersome panels and chunky extensions, we opted to maintain Lamborghini’s original design language, while enhancing the factory body.

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Visual cues were key, so our -rst step was to scan every external surface with our 3D scanner laser head with blue light technology. With this electronic blueprint stored, it was then run through digital wind tunnel simulator tests to determine air patterns and -ow dynamics. With these tests completed, the visual translation could begin.

After countless hours of adjusting and tweaking, the initial draft pieces were milled on a -ve-axis CNC rapid prototype machine. With careful exactness, each part was -tted to the Lamborghini Aventador test car to ensure a perfect -t. Numerous small, yet critical changes took place during this phase, to achieve the goal of ultimate precision. When our team was completely satis-ed with the result, the production tooling was set up and we began to create our vision. The total time from concept to -nal production in carbon -ber took approximately 11.5 months, a testament in itself to the level of quality we wished to achieve.

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The complete Aventador-V LP-740 kit includes a three-piece front section, side sills, and the two-piece rear active aero wing. In front, there are left and right splitters designed to work together and channel downforce under the bumper. These splitters extend to intricate vertical -oating -ns along the side of the front bumper. An additional optional lower race lip spoiler attaches to the two-piece splitters for additional support, and provides a more aggressive appearance, protruding 5mm further forward to protect the set of splitters if impacted. We were careful to keep as much ground clearance as possible for everyday drivability.
On the side sill extension blades, the vertical -oating -n design extension is repeated. This extension sits on the front wheels to control air-ow, and in front of the rear wheels is another matching -are for subtle aggression and width expansion.

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The focal point since the beginning has always been the active aero rear wing, an element of the Aventador that we wished to retain and enhance with our carbon solution. Unlike many existing aftermarket products, we insisted that our application not only retain the active aero, but that no error message be triggered. This was a massive undertaking, including closed testing up to 180mph, but in the end it was an e-ort that was worthwhile. Our active aero rear wing produces NO warning indicators and works harmoniously with the factory active aero dynamics in all modes. The two-piece ultra rigid carbon -ber autoclave wing element is not
simply mounted to the existing OEM spoiler, but actually replaces it for complete bolt-on integration. Rather than having an upper piece that is attached in a rudimentary fashion, the legs are formed with a right angle kink, and retract fully under the deck lid body panel into the existing spoiler support recesses for a factory -t that is peerless.

In addition to the Aventador-V LP-740 aero package, Vorsteiner also o-ers a complete OEM carbon -ber replacement kit, comprised of the center front splitter piece, front lower intake surrounds, side air scoops, rear vent surrounds, and the rear di-user. Each part replaces the factory black trim sections with carbon -ber that is manufactured to OEM standards. As always, all of our carbon -ber pieces are pre-preg autoclaved carbon in a 2x2 weave with a glossy clear coat to match the factory weave. Many of the carbon -ber aero components have also been specially engineered with our proprietary LSCS (Load Spreading Composite System) which helps evenly distribute the lamination thickness of the carbon -ber layers so that our parts are fully and structurally sound at extremely high speeds.

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We also o-er the Vorsteiner Forged monoblock 20x9J front and 21x13J rear wheels mounted on Pirelli P-Zero tires, which feature measurable weight savings over the original factory wheels. Also available is an optional Aventador-V graphic livery kit, consisting of specially designed center stripe for hood, which features a Vorsteiner "V" logo across the center, integrating with the Lamborghini badge on edge.

The graphic kit includes adhesive stripes for hood, engine bonnet, and roof.

Finally, the Aventador-V ECU software -ash for additional engine output is also available, powered by Hex Flash. The Aventador-V software tuning upgrade boosts output by +40whp and +35wtq. This feature also enhances throttle response throughout the RPM range. A Vorsteiner customer expects nothing less than perfection from us, and we believe we have met and exceeded these expectations with our new Aventador-V LP-740 collection.

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