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Saturday, June 20, 2015
The Liberty Walk Lamborghini Huracan Is Coming Along Nicely
The Lamborghini Huracan is just a big kid’s toy, and all toys are meant to be played with. That’s why Liberty Walk LB Performance is adding it to its extensive list of cars that are getting the stanced wide body treatment.
The Japanese supercar tuner, known for its recent notable work on cars like the Nissan GT-R and Ferrari 458, released renderings of what it hoped the reworked Huracan would look like (it appears the top photo is a rendering, as well), but the first real photo (below) popped up on Instagram this week.
As you can see, the project includes the usual bolt-on kit with its enormously wide fenders. It will also includes side skirts, a front diffuser, a rear diffuser, and a rear wing.
There are going to be two versions of the kit, and each version will come in two different materials, Fiberglass reinforced plastic and carbon fiber reinforced plastic.
Version one of the FRP will cost $23,320, while version two will cost $21,700. Version one of the CFRP will set you back $27,640 while version two will be $26,020. The air suspension is an entirely separate cost at $9,500.
It also appears that our friends over at RBD LA are involved in this project, as well. The official release is coming in July. Stay tuned for further updates.