Liberty Walk comes up with wild body kits for Subaru BRZ & Toyota GR 86
Liberty Walk, an aftermarket company famous for its over-the-top JDM tuning projects, has come up with a pair of body kits for the technically identical Subaru BRZ and Toyota GR 86. You can buy the whole set for U.S. $12,980 or order individual parts.
The base shipment includes a front bumper with an impressively large splitter, side sill extensions and a pronounced rear diffuser. Everything is made from reinforced plastic and costs $4,400.
Throw in another $7,810, and you will be getting a fixed rear wing and fender flares. For $9,130, these are obtainable in carbon-fiber form. And if you would like the full set, do not forget to grab a ventilated hood as well.
The rear wing alone comes in at $2,530 or $3,850 depending on the material, while the hood cover costs $1,650 or $2,530.
Liberty Walk will be showcasing a fully tuned car (not sure which one, though) at the impending Tokyo Auto Salon. It will also be bringing along another crazy project – a remodeled Ferrari F40 supercar. With the production of the F40 discontinued three decades ago, the hype-loving company is bound to attract plenty of praise from some visitors and sharp criticism from others.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
Source:Forma car News
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