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Vorsteiner was conceived through the imagination of creating the highest quality parts for the most discerning vehicles and clientele. Their relentless pursuit of advancement and perfection is seen not only in their unmatched automotive parts, but also in the hands of carbon fiber craftsmen to create truly sensational parts for the most deserving and elite vehicles.

Vorsteiner’s philosophy on automotive design is to create something that is beautiful yet simple that accentuates and enhances the existing body lines of the car, rather than adding or taking away from it. In this spirit, we present a complete gallery of the stately Range Rover Veritas by Vorsteiner. Please enjoy, and we will continue updating this thread with more amazing photos!

The Vorsteiner Range Rover Veritas Program:

  • Front Bumper
  • Rear Bumper
  • Side Skirts
  • Forged Wheels

Front Bumper
Vorsteiner's Autoclaved Pre-Preg Carbon Fiber structure gives our parts superior stiffness, aerospace strength & durability compared to traditional hand laid carbon fiber composites.
  • PDC Sensor Opening
  • Front Camera Opening








Rear Bumper
The Veritas rear bumper is another striking design element of the aerodynamic package for the Range Rover. This subtle yet attractive design takes it to another level with its striking OE elements.
  • PDC Sensor Opening








Side Skirts
Vorsteiner believes the Veritas side skirts are the finishing touch needed for the perfect blend of functional aerodynamics and beauty. Constructed of lightweight carbon fiber, the side skirts fit into the factory design language to form a perfect visual enhancement.
  • Full Optical Carbon Fiber








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Can't stand the cheap chick wire mesh covers, but overall design looks good for a non-widebody kit.
 

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Thanks everyone! I wanted to post a couple more closeups of the front bumper, and how it integrates with the rest of the Range Rover.





 
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