Controversial Japanese tuner Liberty Walk wanted to make an impact.
Hello and welcome to 2018! If you need some good news to start this year, please be advised that the famous and controversial Japanese tuning house Liberty Walk has begun messing with the normally classy and stately Lexus LC. This is a good thing.
Few outfits are as synonymous with the wide bodykit craze than Japanese tuner shop Liberty Walk. Located in a quiet neighborhood in the city of Nagoya sits the headquarters of crazy fender-cutting company.
In our first installment on the 2017 Motor Fan Festa, I took you through one of Japan’s newest and most enticing car events held each year at Fuji Speedway. It’s also host to one of the biggest meets in the world for cars built by famous tuner company Liberty Walk. Before I talk about that, I want to talk about Dank.
YouTuber DailyDrivenExotics’ Liberty Walk Ferrari 458 GTR got wrecked during Monterey Car Week last year. Instead of waiting around for it to be completely fixed, they took it out for a rip missing its doors and most of its front end. It runs. It drives. There’s just enough parts back on to make it work. Why not?
What happens when Japan's craziest tuners prepare a Lamborghini Aventador for SEMA? Noise violation.
It is said that in Japanese culture, white is the color of mourning and death. But there's absolutely nothing to be sad about if you had this white Ferrari F40 in your garage.
Liberty Walk's Wataru Kato runs a tuning shop that specializes in Lamborghinis. He owns a Ferrari F40 LM. He wants to bring the sensations of maximum automotive culture to a distracted youth. What's his favorite car? A four-door that cost around $1000.