Liberty Walk has really blown up over the last few years. They started out with just a few unicorn cars that they worked on and shipped over to the U.S. But after setting up a relationship with LT Motorwerks in California they have turned out quite a few projects. This year at SEMA Liberty Walk and LT Motorwerks turned out at least 5 projects which includes the two Porsche 911’s we posted earlier. In this post we are going to take a quick look the rest of their high profile SEMA builds.
Liberty Walk Lamborghini Aventador
This was a build that I had been following for a long time. Ever since Liberty Walk worked their magic on a Lamborghini Murcielago and Ferrari 458 I knew that an Aventador would be their next logical step. One has to admire the balls it takes to cut up a brand new $250k Aventador for the sake of a widebody kit. Don’t get me wrong, I think Liberty Walk’s treatment of Lamborghini’s flagship is sweet but if it were my car there is no way I’d do this!
Perhaps that is why I admire this car so much. It looks fresh, and it goes to a place that I could probably never go to myself. The Forgiatto wheels really set it off as well and I really love the paint choice. Maybe if I win the lottery I can just buy this car off the owner. I am going to start working on making that happen…
Liberty Walk BMW M4 Coupes
As if transforming a Ferrari, a Lamborghini, and a pair of Porsche 911s weren’t enough, Liberty Walk also wanted to take on BMW’s newest sports coupe. Modifying the BWM M4’s bodylines and still making it look good is no easy task and LT Motorwerks did it not once but twice! The M4 has a smooth organic look that at first glance doesn’t seem to lend itself well to external modification. However, Vorsteiner pulled it off quite nicely with their GTRS4 conversion. How did Liberty Walk do?
In a word: nicely. While it doesn’t quite have the harmony of what Vorsteiner did, Liberty Walk’s take on the M4 is pretty compelling to look at. It kind of clashes with the factory design but in a good way if that makes any sense. Its design forces you to look at it and admire the small details. In the two examples here I think I like the white one the most. The iForged wheels go nicely with the body modifications although I can’t argue that the chrome wrapped example that was parked in the Savini wheels booth is pretty nice to look at as well. What do you think? Would you go for this look on your M4?