What do you get when you combine a Lamborghini Aventador with Japanese tuner Liberty Walk and a brave Canadian wrapping company? You get one of the craziest road cars you’re ever likely to see.
This particular Aventador recently arrived in Edmonton and was shown off for the first time at a local car show. As you can see for yourself, it makes the Aventador SV seem somewhat ordinary.
Most significantly, its exterior has been transformed by Liberty Walk to include the firm’s full wide bodykit. That includes the necessary flared front and rear wheel arches, a new front bumper/splitter package, a bespoke rear diffuser and a towering rear wing which wouldn’t look out of place on a Pikes Peak hillclimber.
Making things all the more insane is the bright green wrap, bearing close similarities to Verde Ithaca, one of Lamborghini’s best known paint colors. Completing the custom elements are the freshly painted yellow brake calipers and the twisting silver wheels sourced from PUR Wheels.
The air suspension system ensures that the car is suitable for street use but even still, we’d be petrified of scratching the front splitter or those extended side skirts.