Japanese tuning firm Liberty Walk has just completed work on its upgrade package for the Honda NSX.
The first thing you’ll notice about this NSX is that it lacks the bolt-on flared fenders found on most Liberty Walk bodykits. The company has instead opted to keep things slightly more subdued with a carbon front splitter, extended side skirts, a new diffuser and a large rear wing.
Completing the modifications are a set of wide Forgiato wheels and air suspension. While the Japanese supercar isn’t any wider than standard, the combination of the new wheels and lowered ride height make it appear almost as wide as a Lamborghini Aventador or widebody Nissan GT-R.
Liberty Walk appears to be the first tuner brave enough to modify the NSX but it’s unlikely to remain alone. In fact, Hennessey Performance revealed almost 18-months ago that it would eventually look to work its magic on the car.