Liberty Walk’s Huracan Body Kit Is So Sharp, It Cuts Like A Knife

If there’s a tuning company that knows what it takes to turn a a Lamborghini into a car that drops more jaws than anything else on the road, no matter how expensive it might be, it is Liberty Walk.

The Japanese tuner has made a name for itself creating widebody kits for all kinds of exotics regardless of brand or price. One of their most famous widebody kits is for the Huracan; clearly eager to outdo itself, the tuner has released renderings of its heavily-updated kit for the Italian supercar.

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Dubbed the Silhouette Works GT, it sports a distinctive front bumper and splitter, carbon fiber hood, and flared wheel arches with subtle air louvers. Cast your eyes along the sides and you will immediately notice the extended side skirts and bulging rear wheel arches. One aspect of this widebody kit which distinguishes it from most other Liberty Walk kits is that the flared arches don’t feature exposed rivets, making for a more seamless and stylish design.

If you thought the front fascia and sides were eye-popping, just wait until you see the rear, where there’s a towering wing and a large shark fin stretching off from the roof and over the engine cover. Liberty Walk has also manufactured a custom rear diffuser and fitted a pair of enlarged tailpipes.

The tuner hasn’t said how much its Silhouette Works GT kit will cost – only that it will make its public debut at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas in early November.

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  • europeon

    Uhm… I really think it’s quite restrained compared to every other LW body kit out there.

  • Zandit75

    Why are we getting such poor quality photos these days?

    • Gooseman

      I agree, I think these images were taken from a printed magazine.

  • SteersUright

    Not bad if you remove the graphics and give it a normal ride height.

    • Matt

      The body kit only works being this low. Otherwise it would just look stuck-on if it was a normal ride height. It would like putting a lift-kit on a Le Mans racer, the ground-effect styling would suddenly look silly.

  • Bash

    Who ever made this, did he thought about how it will be actually driven?

  • Six_Tymes

    One of the best iv seen by them. Nice looking kit as a race car.

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