Ferrari F12 Goes Body Building: Liberty Walk Kit Rendered

Japanese custom car specialist Liberty Walk has no problem in taking supercars by the hand and gifting them with its wide body kits. We are now bringing you a rendering that gives us a pretty good idea of what they could do for the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta.
Ferrari F12 Liberty Walk body kit rendering 1 photo
Photo: Liberty Walk
The supercar receives a body kit that, at least to our eyes, resembles human muscle areas, with exposed “fastenings” being the icing on this cake. We have to explain that, in the real world, the fenders of the car had to be cut in order for the body kit pieces to be installed. And while you might wonder if Ferrari owners would allow something like that to happen, the answer is a definite “yes” - we can tell you that based on projects we’ve seen so far. Sure, these aren’t many, but the point is they exist.

In this rendering, the Ferrari F12 keeps special OEM aerodynamics - the active openings in the front apron, as well as the aero bridges on the front side wings. When Maranello engineers invested so much in this kind of developments, you can’t simply throw them off your desktop, render a few lines over them and call it a day. Not even when you’re a guy doing a rendering.

However, aside from the aforementioned body building visual treatment, the Liberty Walk Ferrari F12 also gets a fixed rear wing with a pretty aggressive angle.

Oh, and to stay in line with the current trends, the Liberty Walk Ferrari F12 also includes a set of deep concave wheels. These featurs a Black finish, which matches a number of elements on this Grand Tourer turned extreme racer. As for the design of the rims, we are dealing with a multi-spoke approach, one that makes us think about some time spent on the track.
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