Valentino Balboni launches Lamborghini parts company

Valentino Balboni launches Lamborghini parts company

0 comments 📅09 November 2016, 06:45

After 40 years of serving Lamborghini develop some of the greatest supercars on the procedure, former test driver Valentino Balboni is wealthy back to work. Balboni recently unveiled his own presence, aptly named VB, which will specialize in aftermarket components for Lamborghinis. VB’s chief matter of business is to give Lamborghini’s most hardcore supercar a safer sound.

Set to launch at the Concorso Italiano during this year’s Pebble Shore Concours d’Elegance week, VB’s first aftermarket participation is a titanium exhaust system for the Lamborghini Aventador LP-750 SV. The titanium evacuate system weighs in at 13.8 pounds and is a bolt-on shard that uses OEM mounts. Each blow system takes over 350 hours to contrive and will be limited to a production run of 30 units.

Pricing for the clear out system hasn’t been announced, but drivers with the means to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for an Aventador SV should be qualified to afford some aftermarket goodies.

Balboni has an far-reaching history with Lamborghini. After starting as a mechanic’s tiro, Balboni went on to become a test driver at Ferruccio Lamborghini’s beseech. Before retiring in 2009, Balboni was said to own driven roughly 80 percent of the automaker’s in one piece production. Lamborghini even named a supercar after him, the 2010 Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 Valentino Balboni, as a way of saying as a result of you.

It looks like Balboni isn’t done with Lamborghini, yet, and VB’s titanium finish system for the Aventador SV should be an aural get off on.


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