Japanese outfit Liberty Walk, which specializes in highly-stylized body kits for exotic cars like the McLaren 650S and Ferrari 458 Italia, is developing a suite of cosmetic enhancements for America’s premier blue-collar performance road car: the Ford Mustang. The Mustang kit hasn’t yet reached completion, but a variety of images showing its current state have found their way onto Liberty Walk’s official Facebook page.
The kit looks like it’ll feature a set of dramatic fender extensions front and rear, a more aggressive front splitter, a bespoke rear valance, side skirts, a revised hood, and a prominent “duck tail” decklid spoiler. We’d imagine that with the widened fender flares, a wider set of wheels and tires would be possible – even advisable, lest the car be left looking a bit goofy with its wheels all tucked in.
It’s anyone’s guess how much the full Ford Mustang body kit from Liberty Walk will cost when ready for ordering, but by way of comparison, a similar-looking kit for the Dodge Challenger is listed at $4,800 on the company’s website. That’s perhaps a tad costly, but can one really put a price on fashion?
(Source: Motor Trend)