There’s the Liberty Walk Ferrari 308 GTB, and then this Ferrari F40 with the shop’s all-new widebody kit. It’s set to be unveiled during the Tokyo Auto Salon next month, so pricing is not yet available, although a teaser video has been released showing off its new FRP front cowl, cowl duct, light cover that replaces the pop-up headlights, front / side diffusers, fenders and rear wing.
Liberty Walk’s own air suspension keeps this F40 slammed to the ground, which is great for the track, but probably not so much daily driving. There’s no word yet on any engine modifications, so it’s same to assume that power comes from the factory twin-turbo 2.9L V8 engine making 471 hp and 426 lb-ft of torque. Pricing information has yet to be revealed, although going by past numbers, it wouldn’t surprise us to see the complete kit going for at least $25,000 USD without installation or paint.
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