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Tesla Model S with Liberty Walk Kit Looks Electrifying, Won’t Remain a Rendering for Long

Given the perfectionist nature of the digital artist who created the image above, nobody could blame you for believing this is an actual car. However, we are only talking about a rendering, since nobody has mixed a Tesla Model S with a Liberty Walk wide bodykit so far.
Tesla Model S with Liberty Walk Kit 1 photo
There’s more than one obstacle sitting in the way of such a marriage. First of all, the customer base for the two isn’t exactly identical.

But while most Tesla owners would never go for a Liberty Walk kit and vice-versa, we can easily see how someone willing to draw attention, whether it’s a tuner or a customer with an interesting hairstyle, can make ends meet.

Even so, installing a Liberty Walk kit requires cutting into the fenders of the car, so anybody choosing such aftermarket attire for his or her ride must be truly committed. For instance, this impediment hasn’t kept people who own Lamborghinis or Ferraris from going down this customization route, with the results being rather wild.

Returning to the rendering we have here, this sees the Model S being gifted with the now-famous massive fenders, while the generously-sized rear wing we’ve seen on most Liberty Walk cars is also present.

The image was created by Khyzyl Saleem, a British artist in his 20s, who likes to come up with such renderings during his lunch breaks (this got us thinking about our breaks too).

The Japanese tuner that builds these kit has seen its business booming over the last few years, with more and more customers all over the world asking for a build. The packages come from Wataru Kato, a man who loves vehicle body modifications more than anything else in the world.

As we said, don’t be surprised if a contraption similar to this whines its way into Cars and Coffee one Sunday morning.

 
 
 
 
 

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