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Recently, the website of the Japanese tuner Liberty Walk produced a new vehicle that we can by no means withhold from you. A spectacularly converted Lamborghini Aventador with the already known widebody kit that comes as a limited edition for 2018. As a result, the whole thing is called "LB-WORKS Lamborghini AVENTADOR Limited Edition". Once again designed a bit more aggressively and especially thanks to the eye-catching bonnet, the components attract everyone's attention and completely transform the Aventador. The components are made up of the already known and very distinctive front and rear fender attachments that can only be installed if the standard fenders are cut out over a large area.
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Of course, this has been done and thus creates space for the huge essays that come as always with exposed glands. We would like to introduce ourselves especially not the cutting of the fenders, but that's the case with such comprehensive changes to the body! Matching with these are the attachments for the front and rear bumpers, which are provided with additional sideflaps in the front. The front bumper got a huge front spoiler with front splitter and is equipped on the side with huge wings (Canards). A highlight of the conversion, but definitely the new hood including large air openings which is completely held in Sichtcarbon.
The side skirts on the right and left have now been reworked and are now connected to the widened side walls with large flaps in the rear area. And as expected exorbitantly powerful is also the heck of the Italian. There is a huge fixed rear wing in the GT4 design and an even more powerful rear diffuser which, like the front spoiler, has large side flaps and wings. The fire-breathing sports exhaust system comes from FI-Exhaust-Systems and seems to be made of titanium and should also mobilize one or the other PS in addition. It underlines the muscular appearance acoustically and is simply one of them. And what would a Liberty Walk conversion be without new alloy wheels or lowering?
So the Aventador got a set of matt black Forgiato Wheels alloy wheels on ADVAN tires sit thanks to a lowering by Airrex Airride air suspension to the last millimeter in the wheel arch. With a dull gray Vollfolierung including various references regarding the installed parts of the huge conversion is rounded and in our opinion, this Aventador is the most extreme project we have seen from the Japanese based on a Lamborghinis. If we get further details about the changes, there is, of course, an update for this report. It is best to subscribe to our feed and if there is something new you will get in touch immediately. We wish you a lot of fun watching the pictures.
(Photos: Liberty Walk Performance)
These are the changes to the Lamborghini Aventador:
- Full foil all around in dull gray with hints on the companies involved
- possibly an increase in performance - Chiptuning, tuning box (info is still pending)
- FI sport exhaust system (exact information is pending)
- Lowering (Airrex Airride Air Suspension System - Air Suspension)
- Forgiatio Wheels alloy wheels in matt black (estimated 22 inches at the back & 21 inches at the front)
- Liberty Walk Bodykit (front and rear fender attachments, front spoiler & splitter, individual components for the front and rear bumpers, smaller aerodynamic parts all around, bonnet, side skirts, side flaps, rear diffuser, GT4 style rear wing)
We still have many thousands more tuning reports on tuningblog.eu, if you wanted to see an excerpt then just click HERE. And we also have a few other vehicles from Liberty Walk Performance, the following is a small extract:
completely transformed & huge
and a few more Limited Widebody Aventador's with Liberty Walk body kit
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