Last year Liberty Walk set the tuning world abuzz when it launched a Ferrari F40 wearing one of the company’s signature widebody kits. You can see that car at this link. A few days ago the Japanese styling house dropped more jaws when it released the Liberty Walk Lamborghini Countach at the Tokyo Auto Salon. Click here to watch the Liberty Walk F40 drifting.

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Poster Car

The Countach was the poster car that adorned the rooms of millions of budding petrolheads. The evocative shape was the last thing many of us saw before we fell asleep and the first thing we saw every morning.

With that in mind, we think that there will be some critics of this Liberty Walk conversion. Did the Marcello Gandini penned shape really need a modern make over? Either way, Liberty Walk has done, what many may call, the near unthinkable. Click here to check out the modern-day Lamborghini Countach.

Wide and Flat

The Liberty Walk Lamborghini Countach has a definite squared-off and hunkered down appearance. The body kit consists of a prominent front splitter on a revised front bumper, canards on either corner of the front bumper and fender flares. 

The sides feature deeper rocker panels between the front and rear fenders. These house an airvent that is reminiscent of one found on the Murcielago LP640 (similar to the one we drove here). The rear fenders are also wider than stock. The rear-end features a massive wing and new diffuser below a set of quad exhaust tips. 

Click here to read our Ferrari F40 driving impression.

Under those wider arches are a set of contrasting alloys, of a cross-spoke design. These are shod with wide Toyo semi-slick rubber. What do you think of the Liberty Walk Lamborghini Countach? Let us know on our Facebook page below the link of this article.