German Special Customs might not be as well-known as some of the other tuners from Germany, but take a look at their site, and more specifically their Lamborghini Aventador modifications ... this company has some amazing ideas, and the LP Triangle kit is only one of the options they offer those lucky Aventador owners out there that have received their car by now.
Sure these shots are not photos of a real car, these are probably virtual tuning, but still you have to admire their ideas on this LP Triangle package, take a look at those wheels ... remind you of something ? I guess so, these are exact copies of the stunning carbon fiber wheels found on the Sesto Elemento concept car from 2010, only the red central locking bolt is replaced with a GSC logo, nice touch, and most likely this is a plate to hide the five bolt attachment to the original wheels hubs ... somehow I doubt GSC will fit a real central locking system on a street car.
Up front we see a massive, very deep all carbon fiber front spoiler, I would keep an eye out for sidewalks if I were driving this lady, on the sides of the front bumper we see a carbon fiber air outlet that looks very much like the one mounted by Mansory on their Geneva show car, still looks in the overall design of this front bumper.
The full carbon fiber treatment continues on the side, wide and deep side skirts are mounted and the air intake in front of the rear wheel becomes larger and gets some nice carbon fiber too, oh yes, I forgot about the exterior rear view mirror ... covered in carbon fiber naturally, what did you expect ?
Just like almost all tuners out there the shoulder mounted air intakes are also receiving some carbon fiber from German Special Customs, but take a close look at that rear wing, sure it's a fixed unit, but it sits on very nice carbon fiber struts and as side plates in the same material, I for one actually like this look, makes it somewhat of a street legal race car. An impression which is fortified by that extremely low diffuser at the rear, complete with vertical stabilizing fins ... all finished in clear carbon fiber.
Something you might not notice at first glance, but the exhaust has been replaced by German Special Customs on this LP Triangle set, it is now made from titanium ... to save some weight naturally, but there is another add-on that makes a difference, but isn't that obvious : look at the front hood ... yes, that is a carbon fiber 'bump' which happens to be color coded in this render.
All the clear carbon fiber, very aggressive looking bodywork shows a high contrast with the white bodywork on these images, and you must admit it takes the already not too bad looking original Aventador to a different level altogether ... you either love it or hate it, but it is different anyway and I'm sure there are people out there that would like to make their Aventador stand out from the one their neighbor just ordered.
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(added on February 22. 2005)
London based Prindiville unveiled official renderings of their Aventador tuning package.
(added on January 27. 2012)
German tuning for an Italian Raging Bull ...
(added on February 14. 2007)
A very special, elaborate tuning and styling package for the Lamborghini Aventador made by Renm Performance.
(added on July 7. 2012)
Japanese based Wald GmbH takes on the Lamborghini Murciélago
(added on February 22. 2005)
May 22. 2012
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