The Toyota Supra has been beloved by tuners since its inception. She is well known for having been at the origin of big modifications allowing her to develop more than 1,200 horses. But this Liberty Walk version is undoubtedly the most successful in terms of looks, but its mechanics have remained intact.
This is body kit! Liberty Walk is well known for its outrageous aesthetic preparations. And the melody repeats itself with this Toyota GR Supra. In June we told you about a very special body kit in preparation for the Toyota Supra A90. This kit was intended to transform the Supra into a real circuit beast. Made by tuning legends at Liberty Walk, the kit is now available to order, and it must be said that the transformation is quite tough! Moreover, the exaggerated style of the "Widebody" kits offered by Liberty Walk are the hallmark of the preparer.
Liberty Walk offers a full modification package that covers the Supra from head to toe, with carbon fiber reinforced parts. The body kit consists of a front and rear diffuser, a massive rear spoiler, as well as the usual fender wideners and much (much) lower side skirts. Another detail typical of LW modifications, the visible rivets on several body parts.
$ 20,000 in bodywork?
The kit costs $ 14,850 in reinforced plastic or $ 15,950 in carbon fibers. Adding the huge spoiler brings that price to $ 17,930 and $ 19,030 if you want it to be carbon. Spare parts are also available on request, obviously optional.
Liberty Walk sticks to what it can do best, which is to say that it does not touch the mechanics. To power the Toyota Supra, you have a choice of a 258-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder and a 380-horsepower 3.0-liter six-cylinder. Power is sent to the rear wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission. We've seen tuners push these engines way past 1,000 horsepower, so there's no reason the Supra Liberty Walk shouldn't sooner or later come with similar power.