Liberty Walk has prepared an ultra-expensive body kit for the Nissan GT-RDecember 28, 2019
Liberty Walk’s Nissan GT-R body kit costs more than a used GT-R.
Remember the good old days when you could buy a good body kit for your car for several thousand dollars? Those days are pretty much gone, as some of the brightest updates these days are worth a little fortune. A good example is the Liberty Walk LB-Silhouette Works GT 35GT-RR for the Nissan GT-R, available in two different materials.
In the Dry Carbon option, the cost of the two options is $ 70,200 and $ 73,570, which exceeds the cost of a decent GT-R in the secondary market. For 54,540 and 53,050 dollars, respectively, FRP and Dry Carbon kits from the same parts are available, while FRP, CFRP and Dry Carbon will cost you $ 43,960 and 42,880, respectively, and FRP body kits – at 34,020 and 33,480 dollars.
Moreover, they all exclude air suspension, which is estimated at an additional 7,900 US dollars. A Japanese tuner can sell you every part of the body kit individually, including new bumpers, a front apron, a spoiler, a rear diffuser, side skirts, a hood, a trunk, a wing and much more.
To get the full look of the GT-R shown in the photo, you must choose the aforementioned adjustable suspension, as well as secondary market wheels with black Y-spokes, “shod” in Advan tires, and original Liberty Walk stickers.
As usual, power updates are not included in the menu when it comes to this particular tuner, but there is no need to worry about it, as the GT-R comes with a 3.8-liter Twin-Turbo V6 rated at 480 horsepower or more, depending from year and specification.
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