As you may know from our previous reports on Vorsteiner’s plans for this year’s SEMA show, they have brought with them a couple of hotties boasting the latest aero kits they have developed in-house. The hotties in questions are the hot-out-of-oven Vorsteiner McLaren 570VX and the Vorsteiner Ferrari 458VX which is a new take on an old model.
These kits are among the very best in business for these super cars, McLaren setting new standard for the 570 and the 458 schooling other tuners on how it’s properly done. Both kits are also top-notch in terms of quality, as they are made from Vorsteiner’s refined pre-preg carbon fiber.
The Vorsteiner McLaren 570VX has the more elaborate treatment here, featuring completely revised bumpers with new spoiler lip, side wings and intake grilles up front, a new diffuser and tailpipe cutouts out back, aero side blades and side vent bezels, and a giant GTR rear wing which is a real attention grabber.
As for the Vorsteiner Ferrari 458VX, the aero kit on the Italian is one of the most aggressive we have ever seen, what with the large air intakes and the sharp lip at the front and ducktail on the rear. To be honest though we’re not really feeling the gold wheels on this car. While both Vorsteiner cars here have the stripe, only the McLaren gets the tuner’s own design and for the Ferrari they have settled for the traditional tricolore.