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This Is the Maddest Liberty Walk Lamborghini Huracan Yet

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There have been many different examples of Liberty Walk Lamborghini Huracan kit since the crazy dudes at LB-Performance released this wide body kit. Now though, we think we have stumbled upon what is quite possibly the most insane version yet. Naturally, it comes from Japan.

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Japan, as you may know, is awash with uniquely trimmed Lamborghinis. And they all have one thing in common: they are all completely mad. So this Liberty Walk Lamborghini Huracan should have no problem fitting in, what with its protruding aero parts, the huge wheels, and the tri-tone paint treatment.

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Built by a Japanese tuner called God Hand, this Liberty Walk Lamborghini Huracan features a modified version of the most extreme variant of LB’s kit. It features a massive carbon front splitter, a custom rear diffuser with unique tailpipes, new side skirts and sills to match the bolt-on fender extensions, and a sweet duck tail spoiler at the back.

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Then we have the Forgiato wheels, an inseparable part of any Liberty Walk treatment along with Airrex air suspension system. The wheels, finished in black and candy red, also complement the paint scheme on this car which includes a white body garnished with candy red accents, blacked-out roof, and a racing stripe.

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