Shell Out £100,000 and Get your Supercar Carbon Fibred

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10 Jul 2015
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Design Boom


North American company is turning already hot super cars into extremely exotic supercars, all required from your part is a supercar and really deep pockets.

In the field of carbon fibre manufacturing, North America has been one of the world leaders. It happened for the first time in the history of the auto industry when McLaren Formula One designer John Barnard got the parts of his 1981 MP4/1 built out of carbon fibre by Hercules Aerospace, an Utah-based company.

As the work made public, the world gone crazy and the rest of the racing world embraced this wonder material for its durability and light-weight.

Where can carbon fibre be used?


In today’s world, carbon fibre has become a must-have fashion accessory, weaved in unique black and grey, it can be found on almost everything, from mobile phone cases to exotic hyper cars.

Realising this wonderful opportunity, Vitesse AuDssus, Maryland-based carbon fibre experts, worked extensively on the vehicles and for today’s hot supercars, are now offering complete carbon fibre outfits.


What do you mean by complete carbon fibre outfits?


Unlike some other companies, where they simply wrap the panels in carbon fibre effect vinyl, “Superior Speed” the translated name of Vitesse AuDessus, offers custom-made carbon fibre panels.

Before hand-finish, the fibre is hand-laid and cured in an autoclave. The original panels are wrapped up carefully and delivered back to the owner with the car having the new carbon fibre panels.

How much is it going to cost?


Well, depending on the extent of work, it may cost between £64,000 and £128,100. These pre-impregnated with resin, 100 percent carbon fibre panels are fully customised to the preferences – texture, colour and finish of the fibre used – set by the clients.


Which cars can be benefited with this offer?


They are offering full carbon fibre body kits for almost all world renowned hot sports brands like the Bentley, Bugatti Veyron, Ferrari LaFerrari, Lamborghini Aventador, McLaren P1, Mercedes and Porsche 918 Spyder, amongst others.


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