Lamborghini Huracan by Liberty Walk Resembles a Fighter Plane [Rendering]

Lamborghini Huracan Liberty Walk Widebody Rendering 3 photos
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Lamborghini Huracan Liberty Walk Widebody RenderingLamborghini Huracan Liberty Walk Widebody Rendering
Japanese tuner Liberty Walk has recently expanded its widebody kit play to include the Lamborghini Aventador, but it seems that no development is enough for the tuning world. Thus, we now receive a rendering of the Liberty Walk way applied to the Lamborghini Huracan.
The two adjacent renderings show us almost all the usual Liberty Walk elements. It all starts with the massive front air splitter and goes on to the deliciously massive fender elements. The side view also reveals a skirt add-on element, which is best observed towards the rear wheel, where it looks dangerously close to what Ferrari did for the 458 Speciale.

Unlike most, if not all, Liberty Walk packages, this rendered one doesn’t include a fixed rear wing. To be honest, the absence is a good sign for us, as we’ve always questioned the aerodynamic drawbacks of such an element.

However, we really miss the rivets holding the fender elements in place, a trademark of Libery Walk. Speaking of wheel arches, you can imagine that only a special set of wheels could fill what we have here. This means that car “received” a set of rims that redefines the notion of deep concave, while also mixing this with extra-wide lips.

We’ll remind you that while Liberty Walk is a Japanese tuner, the company also operates in the US. This is just one of the factors that increases the chances of such a body kit becoming a reality.

PS: we’ll remind you a similar pair of renderings was released back in May, with that kit going all the way (read: including the rivets and the rear wings).
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