No one ever said the Japanese were subtle.
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Exotic car tuner Liberty Walk - or LB Performance - based just outside of Nagoya in Japan hit the supercar scene like Godzilla in 2009 with a modified, white Ferrari F40.

They became a household name in the world of vehicle customisation by taking a brushed metal, widebody Lamborghini Murcielago to the 2012 SEMA show in Las Vegas.


A slew of wild exotica later, the artisans at Liberty Walk have turned their attention to the latest machine from Sant'Agata - the Lamborghini Huracan.

Shown as a 3D render only at this point, the LB Huracan will be fitted with the 'calling card' wide body extensions, a ridiculously low ride-height, new front splitter and a near vertical 'Gurney Flap' style rear spoiler (although one render also shows a massive rear wing).


No word on what the kit will cost, or what it will do to the resale value of your $428,000 Huracan - but for what it's worth, we're glad that the team at Liberty Walk are mad enough to come up with these modifications, and that people are mad enough to buy them.