Liberty Walk, the leaders of the flared fender movement has struck again, this time on the all-new Lexus LC 500 Coupe.
Now I don’t know about you but I pretty much like the Lexus LC 500 the way it is, but I also like Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche stock (if you will) as well.
I cannot imagine the engineers and groups and teams of experts that spent countless hours on designing, researching, developing and testing the Lexus LC 500, making it just right, perfect for the consumer; signing off on extreme modifications.
However, at the same time, I suppose the pioneers of classical music would never have signed-off on hip hop either. But its 2018 now and in many cases, the forefathers of certain industries do embrace the current culture; they may even collaborate and eventually produce projects together. I digress.
The engineers at Liberty Walk put their heads together and developed a widebody kit with their signature bolted on extensions for the Lexus LC 500. These kits also help accommodate wider wheels that have been cambered in traditional Liberty Walk fashion.
There are two versions of the kit that can be ordered in FRP and CFRP, ranging from $13,380 to $19,440, respectively.
Additionally, for a few extra racks ($7,900) you can add the air suspension system too; but wait there’s more, there’s a wide selection of custom wheels and rims that are available as well for an additional cost.
So the question remains, do the Liberty Walk custom mods work for the Lexus LC 500? You decide and let us know.