/Vorsteiner McLaren 570S Is Ready for SEMA

Vorsteiner McLaren 570S Is Ready for SEMA

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They have been teasing us with partial photos of this bad boy for a long time, but now just in time for the 2016 SEMA show the Vorsteiner McLaren 570S is ready to roll and it’s looking good. Dubbed 570-VX, this kit is one of the most thorough styling packages released for far for the baby McLaren.

Vorsteiner McLaren 570S body kit appears to have been modeled on the British car maker’s racing models, namely the 650S GT3. That ginormous rear wing is a familiar sight to McLaren fans, especially as it is also featured on the P1 GTR hyper track car. The rest of the vehicle, however, features Vorsteiner’s own touches, including the all-important stripe which has become the American tuner’s signature dish.

As for the ingredients of the package, around the front Vorsteiner McLaren 570S features a revised bumper with new and elaborately styled intake grilles and a carbon front lip complete with side wings and flaps. The side view is dominated by the chunky new side skirts which complement the side air scoops nicely, and around the back you have the big wing and an equally huge rear diffuser. The stripe and a set of Vorsteiner wheels wrap up the treatment for now, until they get around making a stage 2 kit.

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