After a year in development, Vorsteiner Nero released a complete body kit and
a 40-hp performance upgrade for the Lamborghini Aventador. Vorsteiner Nero is a
recently introduced subsidiary of Vorsteiner that specializes in high-end
marques like Bentley,
Vorsteiner stated that this package was by far the most challenging product line they have ever taken on in terms of design and engineering. Rather than simply adding on large, cumbersome panels and chunky extensions, they opted to maintain Lamborghini's original design language, while enhancing the factory body.
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. 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. Vorsteiner was careful to keep as much ground clearance as possible for everyday drivability.
The focal point since the beginning has always been the active aero rear wing, an element of the Aventador that Vorsteiner wished to retain and enhance with their carbon solution. Unlike many existing aftermarket products, Vorsteiner kept the existing factory-engineered active aero and thus prevented any error messages to be triggered. This was a massive undertaking, including closed testing up to 180 mph, but in the end they have succeeded. The two-piece ultra rigid carbon fiber autoclave wing element is not simply mounted to the existing OEM spoiler, but actually replaces it for complete bolt-on integration.