While Vorsteiner released a new kit for the Bentley Continental GT last week, we now receive news of their custom alloy wheels for the Ferrari 458 Italia and BMW 5-Series. Both of the sets measure up to be 21-inches in diameter and come with a five-spoke design that looks great. For the Ferrari 458, Vorsteiner finished the rims in black, and the BMW 5-Series has a gunmetal finish.
Car tuning at its finest has been brought to us by Prindiville Design with their latest package for the all new Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4. The London-based tuners focused on developing one of the first complete aero kits made of aircraft grade carbon fiber for the V12 supercar. These aftermarket body parts will save up to 65% of the weight when compared to the factory pieces. As you can see, they modified everything on the Lamborghini Aventador, from front to back with unique styling.
Wald International has started off the year right with their latest package hitting the tuning market for the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe. It falls under the “Black Bison Edition” which consists of several aero parts constructed of carbon fiber. Included in the kit is a new front bumper with new vents and LED daytime running lights, new rocker panels, trim along the fenders, boot lid spoiler, and rear apron with a new diffuser.
While we rarely cover truck tuning, this Xplore Dodge Ram caught our attention for all the outdoor enthusiasts around the world. The company behind the work, Venchurs Vehicle Systems, aims to provide custom projects for all types of SUVs and off-road vehicles. Now this picture is just a concept, but the company also plans to offer work for the Ford F-Series and Chevrolet Silverado, with up to four different stages of aftermarket customizations for your truck tuning.
Popular tuner Project Kahn has released a modest styling kit for the Range Rover Evoque. This new small sized SUV has become popular since it’s release and doesn’t need a ton of aftermarket parts to make it look better. Project Kahn decided to hook it up with some new wheels, the tuning companies RS600 alloys to be exact, which come finished in gunmetal. Customers have the option of three sizes to choose from, 20, 21, and 22-inches depending on their budget for the Range Rover Evoque.