It’s amazing how a few simple pieces can make a beautiful car like Aston Martin’s Vantage look so sinister. Florida-based tuner Elite will produce 30 versions of their Le Mans Vantage Racer, and they have spared no expense with their liberal use of carbon fiber. Their body kit consists of a new front bumper, visible carbon canards, a carbon front splitter, a menacing hood, wider fenders, side skirts, rear quarter panel extensions, a carbon trunk lid with visible carbon rear wing, and a rear bumper with carbon diffuser. Non-carbon fiber upgrades include a big brake kit, revised exhaust, lowering springs, terrific 20 inch matte black wheels, and the so-exclusive-every-supercar-has-it Alcantara interior (hey, at least you can pick the color). The cost of it all? A whopping $173,000 on top of whatever you might have shelled out for your Aston.
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