Liberty Walk is known the world round for its outrageous wide-body treatments. Its kits have graced the exterior of vehicles like the Toyota Prius and the Lamborghini Aventador alike, with plenty of others in between. But the Japanese shop’s latest build is definitely something to behold, whether you like it or not.
This is the first true Liberty Walk-tuned Ford Mustang that's ever been built. Coated in a bright red finish, the pony car comes with the tuner’s signature bolt-on fenders, new front and rear bumpers, a modified grille, a new rear diffuser, and a ducktail spoiler. The entire package is lowered as close to the pavement as possible thanks to an Airrex air suspension kit, which costs an extra $7,900 (¥790,000) on top of the package.
New black wheels, and decals throughout the body finish off the signature look. The entire kit will set Mustang owners back $6,800 (¥680,400) for the full on Works package, while a toned-down Performance package – which is limited to a front diffuser, side diffuser, rear diffuser, and duck tail spoiler – will cost just $4,960 (¥496,800). Individually, the pieces range from $1,240 (¥124,200) for upgrades like the side diffuser, or up to $7,900 (¥790,000) for the aforementioned air suspension kit.
Gallery: Liberty Walk Ford Mustang
Though neither package comes with any specific performance details, Liberty Walk says it will be able to bolt the kit on to any EcoBoost or eight-cylinder mustang, with no variation in price based on engine. We’re not sure whether that includes the GT350… but we’d sure like to see them try.
Kit or no kit, the 2017 Ford Mustang comes with the choice of either a 2.3-liter turbocharged EcoBoost engine, good for a respectable 310 hp (231 kW), or a throaty 5.0-liter V8 good for 435 hp (324 kW). If it’s performance you’re after, though, the range-topping Shelby GT350 comes with 526 hp (392 kW).
Source: Liberty Walk