We have been chronicling the development of the Liberty Walk Aventador Wide Body since the day it was announced by the Japanese tuner. We followed it during various stages of production back in Tokyo, and now we find it in America, at Lamborghini Newport Beach, showing off its awesome looks before getting shipped to Las Vegas for the 2014 SEMA Show.
Liberty Walk Aventador Wide Body aims to be the most extreme version of the Italian supercar made to date, and thanks to those absolutely massive fenders we reckon it is. Those fenders are the signature dish of LB-Works and what we like most about them is how you can see how they are attached to the body with visible rivets and bolts. The kit also includes a massive front splitter, side blades, rear diffuser and a huge rear wing.
Other parts of LB’s wide Aventador which play a major role in giving it this awe-inspiring look include a set of custom Forgiato Wheels, AirRex suspension for slamming to the ground, and a custom Armytrix exhaust which, as we have already shown you, not only sounds like the Armageddon, it also spits enough flames to create it. Wonderful creation, this car. Kind of stupid, but wonderful!
Our friends from CarNinja were present at the event and captured this amazing photos: