The so-called "Zero Fighter“Not from the Japanese tuner Liberty Walk Performance. We already have from him presented a variant in 2015t and now we would like to present you another vehicle. This time, too, the basis is a Lamborghini Aventador with a brilliant V12 in the rear and this time, too, the completely rebuilt specimen is hard to beat in terms of brutality. And when you look at this vehicle, it's hard to believe that the Aventador is actually nearing the end of its life. The Aventador successor with a V2021 plug-in hybrid from Sant 'Agata Bolognese is set to make the streets unsafe as early as 12. But until that happens, we can enjoy vehicles like the new “Zero Fighter”. Kato Wataru and his team presented the body kit years ago, but never really stopped reworking it.
"Zero Fighter" Lamborghini Aventador
Countless carbon options followed and one too Aerodynamics package without flared fenders you have at the start. The so-called “Zero Edition” of the Aventador is part of the “LB-R Fighter Works” series, which started many years ago with the Murcielago. This was followed by the Aventador, but also the Ferrari 458, the Nissan GT-R and the BMW i8 were refined. Even Aventador toy cars have been sold with the tuning options. Incidentally, this “Zero Edition” is a homage to what is probably the most famous Japanese aircraft. The Mitsubishi A6M "Zero"! This was a successful long range fighter and it was introduced in 1940. It is said that it was the most powerful carrier aircraft of its time. Although it offered little protection for the pilot and was not very maneuverable at high speeds, the ratio of 12: 1 aircraft shot down is still impressive today.
Widenings with exposed screw connections
For the homage with four wheels, we really only need to know that the Mitsubishi A6M "Zero" was painted green, large red symbolsjapanese air force logo) often wore a few yellow details. And this converted Lamborghini Aventador "Zero Fighter" is now very similar. With the special paint job you don't want to glorify the war of that time, but simply pay homage to the A6M and its services. The paintwork also has an airbrush, which is intended to visually highlight the new body parts in particular. As always, the widebody kit consists of the extensions with exposed screw connections, there were conspicuously designed aprons, a new front hood and of course a fixed gooseneck rear wing in XXL format could not be missing.
with sport exhaust system from Fi-Exhaust
Typically Liberty Walk, there was also an Airride air suspension from the house Airrex, they installed a sports exhaust system from Fi-Exhaust and of course there is also a bad set of wheels (possibly Foriato Wheels) in black with a lot of drop center. Of course, it sits with millimeter precision in the widened wheel arches. There are currently no closer pictures of the interior, but according to Liberty Walk, new bride bucket seats have been installed in this Lambo. If we get more information about the changes, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed of this if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
Photos: Liberty Walk Performance
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Zero Fighter Lamborghini Aventador from Liberty Walk!
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