Like them or hate them, you can’t deny that Liberty Walk makes some of the most easily recognizable body kits in the industry. They’re adapted to suit a variety of cars, and their latest creations are two Ferrari 458 Italias.
Both supercars are fitted with the same parts, the only difference being the materials used in their construction. The most affordable FRP is priced at $35,960 for markets outside Japan. The so-called ‘Mix-Type’ comes at $43,520, and for the ‘Dry Carbon Type’ at a cool $52,080.
The body kits consist of new front and rear bumpers, aprons, diffusers, front hoods and rear wings. Staying true to the Liberty Walk way of doing things, they also sport the tuner’s signature ultra-wide fenders.
To go for the exact same look seen here, the 458 needs to be equipped with other items, such as the new wheels, decals and adjustable air suspension. The latter comes at an extra $8,900 for overseas markets and should prove extremely useful as, from what we can see, the lowered 458 probably won’t clear even a wet handkerchief.
Usually, Liberty Walk leave the engines untouched, and this is the case with the 458’s 4.5-liter naturally aspirated V8. Of course, there are plenty of other tuners who’ll be more than happy to oblige, but if you don’t want to mess with the factory recipe, then you’ll still enjoy 570 PS (562 hp / 419 kW) and 540 Nm (398 lb-ft) of torque.