Liberty Walk is at it again, and this time, they've set their sights on the new Nissan Z. Their latest creation, known as the LB Nation Nissan Fairlady Z RZ34 Works, has sparked quite a debate among car enthusiasts.
This complete kit is a bold statement, featuring a redesigned front bumper, front diffuser, a distinctive three-piece ducktail rear spoiler, a ducted hood, and some seriously massive flared fenders.
You can choose between fiber-reinforced plastic or carbon fiber-reinforced plastic, with prices ranging from $9,328 to $11,583 for the full kit. But if you prefer, you can also pick and choose individual components. Interestingly, the initial concept art hinted at fender-mounted rearview mirrors as a nod to the classic Datsun 240Z, but Liberty Walk ultimately decided to stick with the traditional mirror placement.
Now, let's talk about the first car to get this Liberty Walk treatment. Not only does it sport the full body kit, but it also rocks a set of stylish Watanabe eight-spoke wheels and a lowered suspension that practically hugs the ground. The good news is that this suspension is air-based, which allows for some adjustability and is a feature Liberty Walk has favored on recent show cars.
To make those wide wheels fit snugly within the expanded fenders, the original fenders had to be cut, and spacers were added to give the car its aggressive stance. If you're curious to see this head-turning creation in action, be sure to check out the video for a closer look!