Widebody package manufacturer Liberty Walk has unveiled a broad variety of aesthetic enhancements for the Toyota GR86 and Subaru BRZ. The vehicle seen here is destined for exhibition at the next Tokyo Auto Salon, where Toyota plans to make a spectacular showcase of its own products.
You are now looking at Liberty Walk's most aggressive kit for the GR86.
Then, the most affordable kit leaves off this enormous wing but includes side skirt extensions, deeper front fenders, a forceful rear diffuser, and an extended front bumper with canards on each side. It costs $4,400 and is made of a fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP).
The next tier up has the same enhancements, plus a large rear wing and fender flares. The price of this item ranges from $7,810 for the FRP version to $9,130 for the carbon fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP) version. Another option is to spend $9,130 on the whole kit without the vented front fenders and $10,450 with the CFRP wing.
At long last, the same kit is available with all of the aforementioned enhancements, as well as a ventilated hood. The price is $10,780 with FRP components like the hood and wing and $12,980 with CFRP components. Individual parts are an option.
The side skirt extensions are $825, the front bumper is $1,100, the front canards are $330, and the rear diffuser is $825. In FRP, the rear wing costs $2,530, and in carbon fiber, it costs $3,850. The ducted front fenders cost $1,320, while the hood is priced at $1,650 and $2,530, respectively.