The Lamborghini Aventador is one the widest, most outrageous cars a lot of money can buy. But Japanese tuners par excellance, Liberty Walk, thought it wasn’t quite wide or outrageous enough.
So, they created one of their signature race car-inspired, ultra wide-arch bodykits for it, complete with a faintly ridiculous rear wing.
Then they fitted humongous Forgiato wheels, Airrex air suspension and what Armytrix calls an exhaust, though we suspect they actually attached an artillery battalion to the manifold.
Liberty Walk has meted out similar treatment to the likes of the BMW M3 and Ferrari 458 Italia. The Aventador will be shown at the SEMA show in Las Vegas next month.
Love ’em or hate ’em, and there are many people who will argue either side vehemently, you simply can’t ignore Liberty Walk’s work.
But if you love it, and happen to have an Aventador lying around, you too could have this bodykit for £20,000, or there abouts. That sounds like a lot, but Lamborghini itself will charge you a lot more than that for a fancy paint finish…
Visit the Liberty Walk website here