Liberty Walk Ferrari 458: Redefining Italian Design


If you ever need to take a note in stunning design, look no further than an Italian-born, high-performance sportscar. Ferrari, Lamborghini, Pagani — just to name a few — all have some of the most radical, jaw-dropping features to grace our green Earth. It’s damn near close to automotive pornography.

But how can you make said vehicles even more jaw-dropping, even more radiant and ridiculous to look at? Call the fellas over at Japan’s own Liberty Walk Performance. If you haven’t heard, the Liberty Walk crew is responsible for some of the most insanely built performance cars around. From Lamborghini to BMWs…now to Ferrari 458s.


Making its official world debut at SEMA, the Liberty Walk Ferrari 458 is a thing of Japanese tuning beauty. A custom wide body kit fits seamlessly over the Ferrari’s sophisticated lines. On the front, the grille has been given the whale shark treatment with a full open face, and in the back, a duckbill spoiler tops it all off.

Aftermarket springs were swapped in to give it a stanced demeanor. A custom set of Rotiform LVS wheels measuring 20×9 and 20×12 gives the supercar even more of the aftermarket treatment. All of this is tied together under a smokey grey paint scheme and signature LB Performance vinyls abroad.


This custom 458 is only step one in a long line of future projects for the Japanese tuners. But rest assured, the next project to come from these mad scientists is sure to be another jaw-dropper.

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