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Toyota Land Cruiser 300 Flexes Triceps Thanks to Rugged Liberty Walk Wide Body Kit

The new 300 series Toyota Land Cruiser is clearly a superior product compared to its predecessor, which is saying a lot considering how the Land Cruiser generally represents the pinnacle of passenger car off-roading in many places across the globe.
Toyota Land Cruiser 300 with Liberty Walk body kit 6 photos
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This newer model is safer, more occupant-friendly, better at going off road (again, that’s saying a lot) and, some might say, more handsome than before – as in, a little more premium-looking.

But what if you’d like your Land Cruiser 300 to look not necessarily more expensive, but simply more aggressive? Well, a custom body kit would certainly do the trick, especially if it comes with wider fenders and a set of massive custom wheels with tires almost as thick as the rubber Lewis Hamilton uses on his Formula 1 car.

Enter Liberty Walk, who together with Sphere Light recently unveiled its first-ever widebody kit for the new Land Cruiser 300. It’s comprised of a carbon fiber hood, bumper extension with additional LED lights, Toyota badge delete (it now says Liberty Walk on the grille), fender extensions, rear diffuser, rear half-spoiler, dual exhaust tips, a rear wing and a trunk spoiler.

Add those custom wheels we just mentioned and this whole upgrade will set you back $19,580, although you can also get a watered-down versions of the body kit, without the carbon fiber hood, wheels, additional spoilers and so on.

Now, we’ve already seen the Land Cruiser 300 looking fly while featuring upgrades from various other tuners, such as Modellista. However, that aero kit is nowhere near as aggressive looking as what Liberty Walk has done.

On the flip side, those bumper extensions and the custom wheels definitely take away from this vehicle’s off-road prowess. In fact, you should probably avoid even the smallest potholes so as to not damage those gorgeous spokes.



Editor's note: This article was not sponsored or supported by a third-party.

 
 
 
 
 

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