The Lamborghini Murcielago has been given a fresh look by Japan-based Liberty Walk. The tuner has modified the exterior of the supercar. The early 2000’s super car looks smashing in this avatar.
Changes by Liberty Walk
The Murcielago has been completely transformed by the Japanese tuner. The car now gets a racing-themed front bumper with splitter and many canards. The bonnet too has scoops that looks inspired from the Lamborghini Essenza SCV12. Meanwhile, the headlamps resemble the upcoming LB744. However the Led DRLs are missing.
Coming to the sides, the car does resemble the vehicle as it left from the factory. The car gets a wide body kit which is Bolt-on along with fender extensions. The fender extensions get integrated vents and look quite boxy.
Towards the rear the changes are more extensive. The car gets a large rear wing. It is hosted on the fenders and to the middle fin. There is also a Veneno-inspired roof scoop. The stock lights are replaced with triple circular lamps and the exhaust is replaced with dual pipes located higher than stock. The rear look is finished by a low diffuser.
Powertrain specs of the Murcielago
Liberty Walk doesn’t mess with the powertrain of the car. Hence, depending on the Murcielago specs, this custom vehicle can come with a 6.2-litre or a 6.5-litre V12 NA motor. The power range varies from 572HP to 661 HP.
Liberty Walk will help convert your Murcielago for just US$48,008. Of course this doesn’t include the base car. A prototype for this was showcased at the 2023 Tokyo Auto Salon last January.