One of the most famous Japanese car tuners, Liberty Walk, has brought some of its latest projects to the Geneva Motor Show, for the European audience to see.
Their work includes flashy bodykits, adapted in this case for four specific vehicles: the Lamborghini Aventador, Nissan GT-R, BMW M4 Cabrio and Ford Mustang.
Presented earlier this year, the tuned Lamborghini Aventador is perhaps the most noticeable of the four. It sports various visual updates that make it look very aggressive, almost track car-like aggressive, which round up to a nice $55,520 if made from FRP, or $59,400 in CFRP, for markets outside Japan.
Things can get even more expensive when throwing in the headlight eyeline, concave wheels and air suspension.
Liberty Walk’s Ford Mustang goes back to last fall. That’s when the first images emerged online, but the American muscle car, which came to Europe with a Japanese passport, is in Geneva too, although with a grey color instead of the original red.
Elsewhere, except for a few nips and tucks, which include the addition of the 5.0 badges on the wings, and the Pony long on the grille, it appears to be untouched. Making your Mustang look like this will set you back for almost $15,000, with the body kit and air suspension.
Nissan GT-Rs have a long tradition with the Japanese tuner, and to highlight it, they have a Godzilla of their very own in Switzerland. Ignore the light blue shade applied to its exterior and focus on the bare carbon parts, gigantic rear wing and the ever-present bolt-on fenders, in addition to the air suspension and large wheels.
The Liberty Walk BMW M4 Cabriolet is the one that we know least about. Still, being aware of how the company rolls, it probably remains stock in the engine bay, so apart from the carbon fiber updates, wide fenders, decals, wheels and suspension, there’s not much else going on with it.