Lamborghini Aventador doubles in value thanks to Liberty Walk
Kataru Wato, the founder of Japanese tuning shop Liberty Walk, has shared images of his company’s latest project, a highly customized Lamborghini Aventador GT Evo.
The vehicle, which is currently on display in Tokyo, has $187,000 USD in body kit components, making the mods about as expensive as the supercar itself. Of course, they also reinvent the exterior of the car completely, aiming for a more aggressive and wider look.
The tuner has multiple versions of the tuning package on offer, ranging from a $94,600 ‘standard carbon’ option to the range-topping ‘dry carbon’, which comes in at nearly twice the price. The livery is black and yellow and sports a line from John Lennon’s Imagine, for whatever reason.
Aside from the kit, the Aventador boasts ultrawide rims and slammed air-ride suspension. Neither is included in the prices of the body kit stated above.
The Tokyo show car is the third GT Evo vehicle customized by Liberty Walk within the framework of their latest project.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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