Everybody loves the Raging Bull more formally known as the Italian supercar company Lamborghini. Since its inception the car company has always gone above and beyond in way of design and engineering, more so than Ferrari some might say because of the smaller model range with only one major addition every decade or so. The most recent creation from the Italian stable of automotive insanity is that of the Aventador LP700-4, a car that is said to be the fastest ever from the Sant’Agata Bolognese factory. What if your latest Italian supercar or more specifically Lamborghini just needed some tweaks done to it not just in performance, but also appearance? In Japan there is one shop to turn to and that’s Liberty Walk. The shop has existed for numerous years and are the forefront of Lambo tuning especially with the Gallardo and Murcielago models. From aero kits to widebody conversions and insane air ride setups, Liberty Walk has establish themselves as the go-to shop for tuning in the big boy’s club.
In the video documentary a closer look goes into the workings of this incredible Japanese tuning shop – one for which not only has a jaw-dropping selection of demo cars, but also is looking to give something back to future gear head generations.
Words: Giancarlo Pawelec