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Liberty Walk Releases it’s Newest Crazy Build

Adding that extra edge to Acura's flagship car

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Japan’s Liberty Walk keeps busy by creating wild body kits for a variety of vehicles. After recently seeing the company put a set of swollen fenders on a Ford Mustang, the firm now transitions to fitting a pumped-up appearance on the latest Acura NSX, and the outrageous styling arguably fits the Japanese supercar more than the American muscle machine.

This kit comes from Liberty Walk’s Performance line, and there’s already a more aggressive option with bulging fenders from the firm’s Works product range. By lacking the widebody aesthetic, these parts are arguably more subdued than the other ones.

The four-part Liberty Walk Performance kit makes the coupe look a lot meaner. A new front splitter adds a sharp accent below the bumper and wider side sills make the vehicle look broader. At the back, there’s a new diffuser and massive, fixed rear wing with bracket-shaped uprights.

Liberty Walk offers the each of the pieces in three materials, and none of them are inexpensive. Fiber glass is cheapest at 2.025 million yen ($17,970 at current exchange rates). Carbon fiber reinforced polymer components (CFRP) takes the price to 2.7 million yen ($23,960). Finally, dry carbon fiber carries the highest cost of 3,164,400 yen ($28,082). Alternatively, Liberty Walk sells each component individually.

As an extra option, customers can get an air suspension for 890,000 yen ($7,900). The tweak lets the supercar hunker down over the new body kit like in these photos. Liberty Walk also mounts this NSX on a set of Forgiato wheels.

If you’d rather wait for a more extreme NSX from Acura, it might not require too much patience. Recent spy shots reveal the company testing a mystery mule that could point a Type R variant on the way. Rumors suggest this model might cut weight by removing the electric motors from at least the front end and possibly even cutting them out completely.

Felix Yim
the authorFelix Yim
Founder & Journalist of Society of Speed
A rich life, is a life where you can drive on sports mode and not worry about fuel consumption.