Even though the Audi R8 is a stunner off the assembly line, tuning companies like Prior Design enjoy rolling out new packages every year. Recently at the Essen Motor Show they had this Audi R8 PD GT650 styling kit on display that received a wide range of parts. It is said to fit all R8 coupe models, however they did not mention if the front assembly will work with the new face-lifted design.
Check out this new tuning program from Wheelsandmore for the Lamborghini Aventador supercar. Performance modifications consist of a carbon fiber airbox, stainless steel exhaust system and ECU re-programming for the 6.5-liter V12 powerplant. These aftermarket parts give the Lambo a new output of 777 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque. A decent boost from the factory 690 HP and 509 lb-ft of torque. Styling mods came next, so hit the jump to see for yourself.
Mugen has already announced an upcoming body kit for the Honda N-ONE that just hit the market. This tiny car holds a three-cylinder 660cc gas engine that isn’t suitable for performance upgrades, so styling companies like Mugen are going to do their best to improve the appearance. They are designing two different kits made up of new bumpers with LED lights, front grilles, side skirts and rear enhancements. Additional modifications include new alloy wheels, suspension tweaks and customization’s to the interior such as new colored door panels, press start button, racing pedals and new floor mats.
SpeedART is now ready to launch their Porsche Boxster tuning package after releasing some teaser images earlier this year. They have created kits for both the S and standard model with a couple different stages of tuning. Starting off with the Stage 1, the sports car receives a custom exhaust with sport catalysts and new headers to increase the output by 20 Hp and 20 Nm of torque. The results are 261 horsepower for the 2.7-liter flat-six Boxster and 311 HP for the 3.4-liter flat-six engine.
Several popular tuners have released their concept images of packages for the all new 2014 Volkswagen Golf. These include ABT Sportsline, MTM and Oettinger offering unique styling and performance upgrades. Starting off with ABT, they have put together a complete kit featuring a front apron, grille, light accents, mirror covers, side skirts, rear apron and integrated diffuser. Tuning under the hood came next, but don’t forget that these new Golf engines are severely underpowered from the factory.