This Japanese-Tuned Lamborghini Aventador Will Bring Fire to 2014 SEMA

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With less than a month until the SEMA show opens its gates to the customization-hungry public, we want to show you what could very well be the loudest creature of the event. We’re talking about a Lamborghini Aventador, but, instead of coming from its home in Sant’Agata Bolognese, this will land all the way from Japan.
The project comes from an aftermaket developer called Liberty Walk - they won’t bring their Lambo to SEMA by accident, as the company also operates in the US. This is a young customizer, but we’ve wrote about their projects on many occasions, simply because they bring a unique visual approach.

Their signature move is the set of riveted-on fender elements, which somehow manage to take Lamborghini’s all-aggressive styling even further. We started with this since it’s the only truly original part brought by the tuner.

The rest of the project consists of stuff we’ve seen coming from basically any tuner that takes the Aventador seriously (at lest in the aftermarket world’s acceptance or “serious). By that, we are referring to a CFRP (Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic) armor attached to the lower side of the car, as well as to the massive rear wing.

The truly extreme bits

We’re really not big fans of wings strapped to supercars, but, as it turns out, every tuning house that gets its hands on an Aventador likes to replace its active wing with an oversized fixed element. Come to think of it, this is the largest one we’ve seen so far.

This Liberty Walk Aventador rides on Forgiato Wheels, which come with a deep concave profile to fit the extreme styling. It also features air suspension, but, as you’ll be able to see in the clip below, still requires human assistance when getting off the driveway.

As for the part that will definitely rock SEMA, this was supplied by also-Japanese aftermarket developer Armytrix. We’re talking about an exhaust system that not only amplifies the voice of the V12 to an insane level, but also fully brings out the engine’s fiery side.

PS: Libery Walk started its story with the Rocket Bunny kit, which might just make it to this year's SEMA on a Lexus RC.

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