The Lamborghini Aventador is one of the most aggressive and stealthy-looking cars on the market. However, tuners around the world haven’t been dissuaded by this with a host of aftermarket bodykits and wings being offered for the range-topping Lamborghini supercar. Japanese tuner Liberty Walk, has given us a preview of their widebody kit for the Aventador set to debut at the SEMA Show 2014.
The images show here, the Liberty Walk Lamborghini Aventador will feature similar styling to Liberty Walk’s Murcielago. As a result, riveted and flared wheel arches will feature prominently as will a brand new front bumper and splitter. The car will also feature more pronounced side skirts as well as a lowered suspension and massive wheels complete with Toyo Tires. In the rear, the Liberty Walk Lamborghini Aventador will utilise an absolutely massive racing-inspired rear wing more suited to the now-defunct FIA GT1 World Championship than road use! With that said, we wouldn’t expect anything less from Liberty Walk. Elsewhere, a new rear diffuser is featured alongside a modified exhaust. It is possibly that Liberty Walk will collaborate with Armytrix for a special exhaust system for its widebody Aventador.
Chromed cars usually look quite stupid, and the image they present is even worse now that the trend is firmly associated with Bieber. This Lamborghini Aventador that has been covered in blue chrome by Seibon Carbon, on the other hand, just looks awesome though. We’re assuming that some of those panels are carbon fiber, but Seibon has released very little information about the car, and has not yet responded to our request for comment.
The wheels are RS04s in gloss anthracite by PUR Wheels. This is one amazing setup!
Canadian tuner have stepped up their game with this project, giving a Lamborghini Aventador in Arancio Orange athe Liberty Walk body kit from Japan. It includes a front bumper, three piece front carbon fiber splitter, carbon fiber side skirts, rear diffuser trims and a carbon fiber wing. Thanks to the black and orange color combo, there’s no mistaking this for anything other than a custom supercar, which immediately draws in your attention. The enlarged look of the air intakes just gives you the impression that every single molecule of air is going to be sucked up by the Aventador once it gets on the move. The final touch on the car is a set of new PUR 4our Depth wheels finished in the classic modern black and lumiere grey. Rather than drawing your attention, these are airy so as to push your eyes towards the body kit