UPDATE: Liberty Walk has fully unveiled its widebody kit for the Lamborghini Countach. We’ve revised this story to reflect the new information.
Last year Japanese tuner Liberty Walk built a widebody Ferrari F40, setting the internet ablaze with mixed opinions. Now, the company is doing it again at the 2024 Tokyo Auto Salon with another '80s icon: the Lamborghini Countach.
The images below show the tuner’s extensive modifications to the classic Italian supercar. Like the F40, we expect the Countach to be very polarizing among enthusiasts. Some folks might enjoy the more aggressive look with a big wing and broad fenders, but purists probably hate the modifications.
The updated front end adds a prominent front splitter and a lower fascia with a rectangular mesh covering three openings, giving the nose a boxy look. Canards on either corner integrate into the widened fender flare. The result is a continuous line from the nose to the wheel well, creating a curvy element along this section.
The sides feature broader lower sills running between the widened fenders. Liberty Walk also added an opening ahead of the rear wheels. The body-color vertical strakes in the vents on the upper portion of the tail suggest this model is a modified 25th Anniversary Countach. The classic supercar rides on dark-colored, deep-dish Rohana Forged wheels with Y-shaped spokes and Toyo tires.
The Countach's factory wing wasn't big enough for Liberty Walk, clearly. The tuner replaced it with an even larger fixture that attaches beneath the rear bumper. The tail also gets flush-mounted taillights rather than the inset lamps on the production version. A massive diffuser underneath the quad exhaust adds to the motorsport-inspired aesthetic.
Liberty Walk doesn’t list any pricing for these parts – its website simply lists the cost as “Ask.” Still, if you own the classic Lamborghini, then the company appears willing to make more of these body kits for customers who want to give their cars this wild look.