Owners of the Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SuperVeloce looking to personalize their rides have a new option in the form of America’s Vitesse-AuDessus.
The company, based in Bethesda, Maryland, specializes in producing body panels and even wheels out of pure carbon fiber.
Should you be so bold, the company says you can have a Ferrari [NYSE:RACE] LaFerrari completely decked out in the lightweight stuff.
Vitesse’s package for the Aventador is just as extreme.
Available for the coupe and roadster, Vitesse’s Aventador SV package includes carbon fiber replacements for the entire body. However, buyers on a limited budget can choose individual parts, such as a carbon replacement for the lower front bumper, side skirts, side mirror caps or rear diffuser.
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Each part is fabricated using pre-preg carbon fiber sheets that are autoclave-cured in CNC-milled aluminum molds. Buyers get to choose the weave, tint and finish for the parts. Note, visible sections of the car’s carbon tub are fitted with a veneer to match the replaced parts.
For those with serious cash to burn, Vitesse has carbon fiber wheels. These come in a variety of styles and help to reduce unsprung mass by more than 50 pounds.
Vitesse’s CEO Stefany Sanchez said her company was prompted to develop the parts after receiving numerous requests from Aventador SV owners looking to replace some of the standard plastic parts with carbon fiber.
Unfortunately, the company is yet to show a completed car so we can’t comment on the appearance or quality of its work, but the company boasts the standard is on par or superior to OEM products. And to back this up the parts come with a five-year warranty against defect or yellowing.
Pricing for individual parts start at $2,500 for the side skirts and range up to $25,000 for a set of wheels. Getting an entire car dressed in carbon fiber stretches into six-figure territory.