Vorsteiner is a Californian based tuning company which makes cars more beautiful. It is famous for its not-that-extraordinary love for exclusive and expensive cars. In fact, we have seen so far so many projects, and each of them shows this fantastic Vorsteiner touch. One of my most favorite examples of their work is the Aventador-V Zaragoza.
It seems like this project is evolving with time. Last time we have heard about it, the Lambo received Zaragoza front spoiler made of single piece of carbon fiber. Now it is time for the tuner to add another element, that was somehow missing, and it is the rear aero wing made of the in-house made signature PrePreg carbon fiber.
There are other two elements that make the Lambo stand out: Zaragoza Aventador-V comes also equipped with side skirts and a special rear diffuser. There is no need to say that the chosen material for these parts is the same as for the previous ones.
Furthermore, to make sure that the front spoiler is incorporated adequately, the specialists have extended the lines from the factory bumper in order to flow with the lower, wider, and longer carbon spoiler. This makes the front spoiler to be around 25 mm lower, 25 mm wider, and 200mm longer in comparison to the factory one.
The added vertical blades direct air away from the body, thus decreasing drag and turbulence, but also increasing stability. At last, this Lambo rides on Matte Black Technica Multipiece VTM-350 alloys in the size of 20x9 at the front, and 21x13 at the rear. They are coupled with Pirelli P Zero tyres in the dimensions of 255/30/20 and 355/25/21.