Get ready to witness the radical transformation of the Lamborghini Murcielago with Liberty Walk's latest kit! The Lamborghini Murcielago, a classic supercar model from 2001, is about to receive a new upgrade from the unconventional Japanese tuning firm, Liberty Walk.
With its formidable appearance that still intimidates even after many years, Liberty Walk plans to take it up a notch by introducing a unique kit designed to further enhance its already menacing look.
The "Bad Boy" hood at the front end, which takes its cues from the clothing company's logo, gives the headlights a new, angular appearance and adds massive nostrils reminiscent of the track-only Essenza SCV12. The arches are wider, have intakes and blades, and a sizable intake with GT1-style spotlights is present below the top splitter.
At the rear of the car, prepare to be dazzled by the striking and imposing features of the Lamborghini Murcielago, enhanced by the GT EVO kit from Liberty Walk. Witness the hefty diffuser, dual large tailpipes, and taillights, which exude an unmistakable aura modeled after the late-model Countach. Additionally, the engine cover showcases a unique venting design with a roof-mounted scoop, further elevating the vehicle's already breathtaking visual appeal.
The GT EVO kit is a limited production, and its exclusivity is reflected in its price of $48,008 before shipping, fitment, and paint. With Liberty Walk's kit, the Lamborghini Murcielago commands attention from every angle, leaving car enthusiasts in complete awe.