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Lexus LC500 Left Lookin’ Extra Wide After Liberty Walk Treatment

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No car is safe from Liberty Walk’s world-famous widebody treatments.

The Japanese tuning company has developed widebody kits for just about every exotic or performance car under the sun, including the Nissan GT-R, McLaren 650S and Lamborghini Aventador. Their latest creation is a widebody version of the Lexus LC500, and while we’re typically fans of heavily tuned widebody cars, we actually think it looks pretty good.

Liberty Walk’s kit for the LC500 consists of front, side and rear carbon diffusers, a rear duckbill wing and absolutely massive fender flares. Wide aftermarket wheels occupy the newly enlargened fenders, while other small mods such as quad exhaust tips and vinyl decals help complete the package.

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There are two different versions of the LB kit for the LC500, each of which are offered in carbon fiber or fiberglass. They won’t come cheap, with the least expensive version of the kit costing $13,380 USD and the most expensive costing $19,440. Those prices shouldn’t be too much of a worry for owners of the $92,000 LC500, though.

[Source: Liberty Walk]