Liberty Walk Widebody M3 Means Business

Tuning

Japanese-tuned European cars are a special and enjoyable kind of insane.

There aren’t a lot of Japanese tuners which handle European cars, but those that do tend to take it very seriously. Liberty Walk is one of those tuners, even though they don’t exclusively handle Europeans, just a lot of them. This widebody E92 M3 is its handiwork work, and “serious” only begins to describe it. Under the hood, the car has received an ESS VT1-550 supercharger, and there is a new exhaust with a valve system to help with avoiding tickets.

There are new StopTech brakes, Recaro seats, Brombacher wheels and obviously the widebody kit. The video contains great footage of it out on the street. Pictures courtesy of Charlie Davis Photography.

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