When it comes to styling, the MotorTrend staff generally leans toward the “less is more” side of things. Case in point: The new BMW 4 series. Less grill would do a lot more for the Bimmer coupe’s design. However, if your tastes veer more toward “more is more,” then Liberty Walk has a Toyota Supra body kit for you.
The Japanese aftermarket brand is famous for its widebody kits, and Liberty Walk’s touched on everything from the Lexus LC500 to the Toyota Prius (not kidding). The company’s funky mix of Bosozoku flamboyance and DTM-esque fender flares is bound to split opinions, and its latest endeavor is no different. Check out Liberty Walk’s recently announced styling kit for the A90 Supra. While we’re not entirely opposed to the car’s wider hips, we’re not quite sure the Supra’s shape needed inflating to such incredible proportions.
The body kit is transformative, though, and it adds typical Liberty Walk features such as bolt-on fender flares, a truly massive rear wing, and an equally large diffuser. The modded Supra also features vents, splitters, and canards everywhere you look. Not a single panel, save for the double-bubble roof, is left untouched by Liberty Walk.
The kit is available either with or without the custom hood, and prices vary based on the option you pick. If you’re interested in the whole shebang, then plan on spending $17,930 for the kit and its plain, plastic polymer bodywork. If you want to up the ante to carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP), the price jumps to $19,030. Not interested in the hood? That’ll save you a few grand, with the standard setup ringing in at $14,850 and the CFRP option going for $15,950.
The body panels can also be had a-la-carte, too. If the fender flares are the only part of the kit that interests you, then that’s all you have to buy. Prices for the individual pieces are available on Liberty Walk’s site. To be honest, opting only for the fender flares might be your best bet—all told, the full kit is a little over the top for our tastes.
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