The first-generation NSX was designed by a team led by Chief Designer Masahito Nakano and Executive Chief Engineer Shigeru Uehara. It drew inspiration from advanced aerodynamics and the F-16 fighter jet, while late Formula One World Champion, Ayrton Senna, provided input during the final development stages. Japanese tuner Liberty Walk decided to give it a modern widebody makeover with their latest kit.
The LB-Works Honda NSX comes complete with oversized fender flares, side skirts, a redesigned front apron, large rear diffuser and a big wing. Love the look and own an NSX? It’ll set you back $13,100 for the entire kit alone, without paint, while an air suspension tacks on an additional $9,100.
- The chassis employs the same frame as the real car, with authentic rendering suspension.
- Highly detailed V6 engine included.
- Features a realistic depiction of the cockpit interior with excellent detail such as door interior panels.
Liberty Walk was established by Wataru Kato when he was 26 years old. The business was first operated in a small vehicle lot where they could only exhibit 3 cars. Liberty Walk has evolved throughout its history into one of the biggest names in automotive tuning. Put simply, there is no other brand out there being quite so brave, or seemingly capturing the current tuning zeitgeist as this brand,” said the company’s website.