Liberty Walk's custom body kit for the new Land Cruiser costs over $17,000.
Liberty Walk has a reputation for building brash body kits that always divide opinion. The Japanese tuner is best known for tarnishing sports cars and supercars. More recently, however, Liberty Walk has expanded into the off-road market and now offers custom body kits for the Jeep Wrangler and Suzuki Jimny.
For its next aftermarket project, Liberty Walk is working on a body kit for the new Toyota Land Cruiser 300 Series. It's still in development, but render images released by the tuner give us an idea of what the modified Land Cruiser will look like when it's complete.
To give the new Toyota Land Cruiser even more presence, Liberty Walk has fitted its signature LB Works-style wide fenders along with a new front spoiler lip and a custom rear bumper incorporating a prominent diffuser and new exhaust tips. The custom Land Cruiser also features a new rear wing, a trunk spoiler, and a custom mesh grille that gives the SUV a bolder front fascia.
Massive wheels (Liberty Walk doesn't mention any sizes) and a custom hood with exposed carbon fiber complete the Land Cruiser's menacing makeover. The modifications are not subtle but subtlety has never been Liberty Walk's specialty.
No modifications have been made under the hood. The new Land Cruiser is offered with either a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 gasoline engine rated at 409 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of torque or a 3.3-liter diesel producing 304 hp with 516 lb-ft of torque, paired with a ten-speed automatic transmission.
Liberty Walk's basic body kit package, which includes the front and spoilers, exhaust tips, and wide fenders, will set you back $6,270. If you want the full kit with all the trimmings including the carbon hood and custom wheels, it will cost you $19,580. Various options exist between these price points, though. Liberty Walk's aftermarket kit for the new Land Cruiser will be available in January 2022, but some customers will need to wait even longer as Toyota is struggling to keep up with the demand and has delayed deliveries for the new Land Cruiser.
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