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Liberty Walk Widebody Lamborghini Aventador SV Is Insane On Another Level

Do you know anybody who would look at a Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce and think that the Raging Bull is not wide enough? We're not in touch with such aficionados, but, if your answer happens to be positive, you should tell your friends about Liberty Walk's new widebody approach for the Aventador SV.
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The Japanese tuner had previously released a kit for the Sant'Agata Bolognese monster and yet the package didn't include the Japanese aftermarket specialist's signature fat fenders.

Of course, this means that the tuner cut into the fenders of the Aventador SV to install the new elements, which is extremely outlandish when you think that the Italian automaker only brought 600 units of the SV Coupe to the world.

Widebody approach aside, you can focus on the front lip, the side skirt extensions of the side air intake covers coming from Liberty Walk.

Then we have the custom rims of the V12 animal, which comes from Sky Forged Performance Wheels. Thanks to the mix between the overly extrovert design and the screaming shade of blue used here, the rollers stand out for the distance.

However, if you take a moment to think about Japan's crazy custom car culture (we're talking about the Lamborghini side of the JDM tuner realm here), the Aventador we have here suddenly doesn't seem all that crazy.

Anybody who's spent enough time on the world wide web has come across Tokyo's LED-loaded Lamborghinis at least once. And while many stories on the topic focused on retired models, such as the Murcielago and the Gallardo, we'll remind you that the Aventador has also been touched by this.

In fact, back in January, we discussed an example of the V12 Raging Bull that had been fitted with $30,000 worth of LEDs, a contraption we perceived as a V12 disco ball.

 
 
 
 
 

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