The Japanese tuner’s limited edition body kit, which costs at least $55,520 if made from FRP, or $3,880 more in CFRP, has made the supercar look like it belongs to a track rather than the road.
The parts include new front and rear bumpers, a vented carbon hood, side sills and canards and a gigantic rear wing. This Aventador is also fitted with large concave wheels, and for $854, Liberty Walk will throw in the headlight eyeline, whereas the air suspension will set you back another $9,500.
Add them up, and you come with a $65,000 bill – and that’s without the new wheels. That’s quite a lot, as for that kind of money you can get a used Lamborghini Gallardo in tip-top shape. Moreover, Liberty Walk’s Aventador doesn’t feature any upgrades in the engine compartment, though if you so wish, there are other companies that would gladly tune the 6.5-liter V12.