What do you think of Liberty Walk's latest widebody kit?
Japan's Liberty Walk has a reputation for being one of the most divisive aftermarket tuners in the world, thanks to its eye-catching bolt-on body kits you're bound to either love or hate. Over the years, the Japanese tuner has modified everything from the Acura NSX and the Ford Mustang to the Ferrari 488. The latest supercar to get the Liberty Walk treatment, however, is the Lamborghini Huracan, as the tuner has previewed its latest widebody kit in a series of renders.
Dubbed the Silhouette Works GT, Liberty Walk's latest widebody kit adds a new front bumper and splitter, a carbon fiber hood, and flared wheel arches. At the side are extended side skirts that give the Huracan a more aggressive appearance.
Mercifully, Liberty Walk has removed the exposed rivets that can normally be seen on the flared arches, and the body kit looks better for it. It's a new style for Liberty Walk that looks surprisingly restrained compared to the tuner's other outlandish body kits – that is until you look at the back of the car. The rear looks far less subtle, thanks to components that look like they belong on a thoroughbred race car such as wider tailpipes, a huge rear wing, a large shark fin, and an aggressive diffuser. An optional air suspension also brings the car lower to the ground.
No mechanical updates have been applied to the Silhouette Works GT, which means power is sourced from a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 producing 601 horsepower and 413 lb-ft of torque, paired with a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. No pricing details have been released, but Liberty Walk has confirmed it will show off the Silhouette Works GT body kit at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas this November.
What do you think of Liberty Walk's latest effort? Has the Lamborghini Huracan been ruined, or has the Japanese tuner enhanced the supercar's looks? Let us know in the comments below.