Last year we showed you some of VITT Squalo’s finest creations, including two very special cars based on the Mercedes S-Class W222 and the Lamborghini Aventador. Both the VITT Aventador and S-Class have now secured a prominent spot at the Tokyo Auto Salon.
Japan, as you may know, has a very distinct tuning culture. Their taste is flamboyant and extravagant; not much on the par with a European’s idea of cool and classy. Even so, the VITT Aventador you see here is probably one of the finest tuned Lambos out there, save that bull tattoo on the bonnet, of course!
The same can be said about the VITT Mercedes S-Class which features a more substantial styling package. It comes with totally revised front and rear bumpers, including large air intakes and massive aero parts up front and a huge diffuser and large tailpipes at the back, not to mention the rear spoiler and side skirts.
Check out the gallery below and see more of VITT’s dynamic duo, on display at Tokyo Auto Salon: