The baby off-roader from Suzuki is once again given upper-class touches.
Liberty Walk isn't the type of tuner that exists to please everyone - if such a tuner even exists. No, Liberty Walk makes a living off of controversy, butchering beautiful classics and creating highly limited body kits that are just as hair-raising for future classics. But if you thought it was only the realm of sports cars and supercars in which Liberty Walk existed, then sadly we've got another way to disappoint you.
Lately, the Japanese tuner has been toying more with off-roaders - most recently the Jeep Wrangler - but now Liberty Walk is expanding on its existing range of accessories and kits for the Suzuki Jimny, an epic little off-roader that you may know as the baby Merc G-Class lookalike. Please, somebody, make something else that looks like a G-Class so we don't have to keep making this comparison.
This new kit clearly takes inspiration from Stuttgart's classically shaped box of an SUV, especially when it comes to the front grille and bumper, not to mention those side-exit exhaust tips. In any case, there are various versions of this kit available, with the most expensive featuring the aforementioned grille and bumper, as well as the pictured roof spoiler attachments and a scooped hood made of carbon fiber, plus Liberty Walk's traditional calling card: bolt-on fender flares.
It's not cheap, as you'd imagine, at over $6,500, but you can put a regular hood on to bring the price to below $5,800. Take off the hood attachment too and you'll only spend around $3,200, or you could spend the same on just the bumper, grille, and fender flares.
To truly sell the impression of luxury, you can't be rolling around with stock wheels and having your Gucci jeans rubbing on a vinyl or fabric seat. No sir. With that in mind, Liberty Walk offers everything from a carbon fiber and leather steering wheel to custom embroidered floor mats and, naturally, leather upholstery with contrast stitching. The custom headlights, subtle window shades, and stainless exhaust system let people know you're arriving and let you see their faces as they try to figure out what exactly you're driving. Is it worth spending thousands of dollars on? Probably not, but that's not the point, is it?