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Liberty Walk will slap wide bodykit on a Lamborghini Countach for 2024 Tokyo Auto Salon

This company isn’t stopping at a certain ’80s icon

Liberty Walk takes the center stage for the upcoming Tokyo Auto Salon by modifying a Lamborghini Countach. SCREENSHOT FROM LIBERTY WALK

The star of this year’s Tokyo Auto Salon was no other than the wide-bodied Ferrari F40 from the folks at Liberty Walk. With their trademark customization, they turned one of the most desirable supercars of the ’80s into a conversation piece.

Now, it seems the mad folk have turned their eyes to customize (or defile, if you look at it that way) another supercar icon of the past century, the Lamborghini Countach, which is guaranteed to make supercar purists and children of the ’80s seethe with anger as they unveil this to the world at the 2024 Tokyo Auto Salon this January 12.

We're not gonna lie. This looks pretty mean in a good way. SCREENSHOTS FROM LIBERTY WALK

Details are still scarce, but the company has released a teaser video on YouTube featuring a 3D render.

It’s still as outrageous as ever with its flared-out, bolt-on fenders, massive deep-dish wheels, and that huge rear wing, but you can tell that this Countach is racing-inspired.

It’s a nice touch as the Countach used to participate in the All Japan Grand Touring Car Championship (JGTC) series under the Japan Lamborghini Owners Club (JLOC) in 1994.

Either way, expect this customized car to ruffle some feathers on the Internet, which is probably the goal of Liberty Walk’s standoffish aesthetics.

Sam Surla

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