2020 Toyota Supra "Liberty Walk" Looks Like a Batmobile, Kit Costs $17,000

Given the aftermarket reputation the 2020 Toyota Supra has already built and the popularity of Liberty Walk, the Japanese body kit specialist simply had to cover the Mk V Supra. Well, here we are, talking about this exact development, which LB Walk recently shared on social media.
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With last year's SEMA show hosting some 60 custom examples of the Japanese sportscar, there's obviously no shortage of aero-massaged Supras. However, the one we have here stays true to the name of its tuner, since it makes for a proposal that stands out.

As you can notice in the images above, the kit is nearly completed. However, if we compared the product to the final design, which is presented via renderings, there are a few aspects that still need to be covered. For instance, the rear wing, which is one of the package's most important bits, won't get that middle "pillar", with this piece appearing to be a temporary part.

Of course, such a big name-developed aero package comes at a price, which, in this case sits at $14,850 for the fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) version, with the carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) incarnation commanding a premium of $1,000.

The said money will bring you the front splitter, rear diffuser, as well as the side pieces, namely the front and rear fenders, together with the door panels and front apron canards. Now, you can also add a custom hood, which will set you back an extra $3,080, regardless of the chosen material.

And, to put all that in context, the 2020 Toyota Supra comes with a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $50,920, including the $930 destination fee.

Of course, since the C8 Chevrolet Corvette, a mid-engined proposal starting at just under $60,000, has found a way into many Mk Supra discussions, we’re all curious to see how Liberty Walk covers this topic.
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