This will be an acquired taste, to put it mildly.
If, somehow, the current Ford Mustang isn't wide enough for you, then we have good news – Liberty Walk, the infamous Japanese car customizer best known for sabotaging supercars with garish body kits, is working on a widebody kit for the blue oval muscle car. Let's face it, this was always going to happen. After all, Liberty Walk has already given the Dodge Challenger the widebody treatment, so it was only a matter of time before the tuner got its hands on the Ford Mustang.
Work in progress teaser photos have been shared on Liberty Walk's Instagram page showing the customized car under wraps. In keeping with the tuner's other creations, the Mustang has been fitted with four bold-on fender flares that completely changes the look of the muscle car. As you probably know by now, if you like your cars subtle, then Liberty Walk's body kits aren't for you. A sizeable splitter dominates the front, while other modifications include new side skirts, a huge ducktail spoiler, and a rear diffuser. The stock hood has also been replaced with a bespoke one featuring additional air vents.
They may be an acquired taste, to put it mildly, but there's no denying that Liberty Walk's body kits can make cars stand out from the crowd and catch the attention of onlookers. How tasteful the final product will be remains to be seen, but we await to see Liberty Walk's Ford Mustang body kit with baited breath. No word yet on when Liberty Walk's body kit will be available, or how much it will cost, but expect more details to be revealed soon.