Liberty Walk is known for their extreme wide body kits, but their latest project is a bit smaller, literally. They took Daihatsu Copens, complete with its folding hard top, and transformed them into miniature Nissan GT-Rs. They use the same style grille, air intakes and LED daytime running lights from its big brother, with flared wheel arches and a set of deep-dish wheels added. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
“At the rear, the GT-R theme continues with a large wing, an aggressive diffuser and the option of four circular tailpipes to complete the look. On paper, a GT-R-inspired Daihatsu Copen sounds absolutely absurd. However, with looks this aggressive, it makes for an interesting proposition, as it looks way more aggressive than the donor car. In Japan, that is,” reports Car Scoops.