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Liberty Walk Transformed a Subcompact Convertible to a Nissan GT-R… Sort Of

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Liberty Walk has applied their expertise to a Nissan GT-R – well, sort of. 

Most known for its widebody fender kits, Liberty Walk in Japan can do much more than that. The tuning firm has worked its magic on a plethora of makes and models, ranging from American sports cars like the Dodge Challenger to Italian exotics like the Lamborghini Aventador. This creation however, is something we’ve never seen before.

Taking a Daihatsu Copen kei car, Liberty Walk transformed the front end to resemble a Nissan GT-R and even applied its trademark fender flares to the body. Surprisingly the styling of the GT-R’s front fascia fits the subcompact convertible.

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Even the rear bumper of the car have been customized to resemble the GT-R’s rear end, with a quad exhaust setup and an aggressively-styled rear diffuser.

But perhaps the strangest part of the entire project is the finish Liberty Walk applied to the car’s exterior. It gives the appearance that the car is crumbling apart, and the headlights and tail lights are completely covered, which makes it all the weirder.

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