New Liberty Walk Audi R8 Coming to SEMA 2015
The SEMA show is premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world which is scheduled to take place from November 3rd – November 6th at the Las Vegas Convention Centre. SEMA attracts the industries best minds and hottest products and provide a unique platform to showcase new products, educational seminars, networking opportunities and automotive products trade.
We have already seen countless Liberty Walk wide body projects such as the Ferrari 458 Italia, Lamborghini Aventador, BMW 4 Series, Nissan GT-R, Porsche 997, Dodge Challenger Hellcat and now Liberty Walk team is working on New Audi R8 wide body kit to showcase during SEMA 2015 event.
The CGI rendering of Liberty Walk Audi R8 gives insight into how wide body Audi R8 might look like when finished. No doubt in Liberty Walk body kit Audi R8 looks stunningly aggressive and this wide body conversion certainly makes the car stand out from the rest of the sport cars. The Liberty Walk Audi R8 features familiar LB signature styling like those bolt – on bulging fenders, enlarged side skirts, custom front and rear bumpers and massive front splitter made from carbon fiber. The Liberty Walk Audi R8 provided with the new suspension setup that has lowered the R8 considerably and other noticeable feature is a newly designed ducktail like spoiler at the rear. The newly designed alloy wheels and tire setup looks good and fills the widened bodywork nicely without compromising dynamic characteristics of the design.
There is no doubt that the Liberty walk has become highly sought after in the tuning business worldwide and we are happy to see them entering Audi tuning scene and welcome them wholeheartedly. The Liberty Walk has not unveiled any further details regarding weight saving, interior modifications and engine performance parameters, but one thing is sure that Wide Body kit suits the unique design style of Audi R8 and everyone would love to see this beast in the flesh during the upcoming SEMA event.
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