The Tokyo Auto Salon exhibition that took place last week brought together a series of unique car models as well as famous car brands. In addition, some car tuning brands such as Liberty Walk have not forgotten to bring a series of unique custom car models to this event, becoming one of the display booths that visitors cannot miss. mandarin.

At this event, Liberty Walk is proud to bring a wide-body custom car with a very unique style, mainly new generation custom versions. The brand’s showroom brings together supercars such as the Lamborghini Aventador, Ferrari 458 and Nissan GT-R along with classics including the Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 and Ferrari 512 Testarossa. In addition to the wide-body version based on the Mitsuoka car, most of these customized versions have been announced and opened for commercial sale by the brand recently.

The center of the showroom is the Lamborghini Aventador duo wearing the GT Evo body kit. This special bodykit for the Aventador will be extremely difficult to buy as the brand will only produce exactly 20 sets and sell them worldwide. Liberty Walk currently offers up to four prices for car enthusiasts to choose from for the bodykit. The difference in each price will depend on the materials for each accessory, each equipment as well as the options according to customer preferences.

For a bodykit package made entirely of carbon, customers will have to spend up to 187,000 USD  and the cheapest package is with all details made from reinforced plastic materials. The yarn is sold for 94,600 USD. In addition, customers can also choose two bodykit package options with combined carbon and fiber-reinforced plastic parts at prices of $109,450 and $123,200 depending on the part.

The brand also brought to the event a yellow Chevrolet Corvette Stingray with a cheaper body kit priced at $19,580 for the fiberglass package and $21,780 for the carbon fiber-reinforced polymer finish. The complete kit includes new front and rear bumpers, wide body fenders, rear spoiler and tire components.

Older versions such as the McLaren 650S were also brought to the event. The Liberty Walk brand has brought a suitable appearance upgrade package for the McLaren 650S with a quite unique but no less familiar style. The “uniqueness” that Liberty Walk brings to the 650S is the Widebody method with large wheel arches attached to the car body with rivets, along with a pneumatic fork system that helps the car move faster. can lower the chassis to the ground.

Liberty Walk has brought the LB-Silhouette Works product line with new styles for some popular car models such as Ferrari 458 Italia, Nissan GT-R R35, Lamborghini Huracan,… These upgrade packages give the car new parts. The new body extension panel has a somewhat similar square design and no longer uses rivets to fix it to the body. In this package, some details will be replaced instead of cut, giving the car a more “massive” appearance. Therefore, this event cannot lack the appearance of the 458 with the LB-Silhouette Works package, however the exterior of this custom car is all equipped with bare carbon details.

Besides the familiar custom versions, the brand also offers other custom versions such as the Ferrari 512 Testarossa, a custom version based on the R34 Skyline GT-R model to honor the iconic R31 Super Silhouette Skyline legend. The brand also brought a Nissan GT-R R35 LB-Silhouette Works painted white with the same pattern and stamps as a racing car. These custom supercar models have made Liberty Walk’s booth more prominent at the Tokyo Auto Salon 2022 event that took place last week.

 

 

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