First Liberty Walk Maserati GranTurismo unveiled
At the 2016 Tokyo Auto Salon held last week, Japanese automobile tuner Liberty Walk surprised everyone by unveiling Maserati GranTurismo with its widebody kit. Everyone loves Pininfarina designed elegant looking GranTurismo, and no one would have ever imagined this Italian beauty with bolt on fenders and widebody stance. Liberty Walk has tried its hands on a Maserati for the first time and the end product is an aggressive looking, slammed, wider GranTurismo.
Most of us have already seen Lamborghinis and Ferraris with Liberty Walk Kit. These supercars with Japanese outlandish widebody kit made other car owners to hate their unmodified cars. Typically, Liberty Walk wide body kits for all supercars are identical and includes a pair of custom front and rear bumper, front splitter, extended side skirts, aggressive boot lid mounted spoiler and bolt-on flared front and rear wheel arches.
The pumped up fenders has given this bright color Maserati a new identity, and this classy Italian GT appears to have coped well with added metal. Every element of a wide body kit, right from the front splitter to duck tail shaped rear spoiler has given careful attention and well integrated with main body frame. The newly designed rear bumper with bold rear diffuser and an aftermarket exhaust system adds aggressiveness to its stance.
The car is lowered on AirRex suspension setup and rolls on wide Forgiato wheels. This evil GranTurismo is definitely an eye catching masterpiece and will get lots of attention when it will hit the road. At present, Liberty Walk has not released any exact pricing details about this kit, but we are expecting it to cost approximately around USD 20,000.
New York based, Liberty Walk authorized dealer AutoSportsbx has done this project and it is the first shop in United States to do the Maserati GranTurismo Liberty Walk.