2017 Honda NSX by Liberty Walk looks crazy hot

Article by Christian A., on October 17, 2017

We have seen photos of the Liberty Walk Honda NSX before, but none of us really appreciated it because these photos did not do the supercar justice. This time, new photos of the same modified model have been released and the new images perfectly highlight the new styling modifications.

This NSX is far from a standard model. It was tuned by Liberty Walk with the help of Forgiato Wheels.

As you can see in the images, the NSX now has a towering rear wing that suits the car really well. And at the same time, it transforms the car’s overall look. The Japanese tuner also equipped the NSX with a fitted air suspension kit to lower the ride, courtesy of AirRex.

The NSX may look like a little wider compared to a standard model, but it is actually not. Some of you may even think that it is as wide as a Lamborghini Aventador or a wide body Nissan GT-R.

Liberty Walk did not give it flared wheel arches like they would usually do. Instead, they chose to give it a set of wide, aftermarket wheels with an aggressive offset to make it appear as if it has been given a wide body kit.

To complete the look, Liberty Walk gave the Honda NSX side skirt extensions, a custom front splitter, a new diffuser, and a new exhaust system, giving the twin-turbo a better sound. LB did this instead of the usual flared fenders found on most of their bodykits.

The four-part Liberty Walk Performance kit did make the coupe look a lot more aggressive, with the new front splitter and wider side sills. It also comes with a new diffuser and a huge fixed rear wing.

For Liberty Walk’s tuning package for the Honda NSX, parts are sold individually, and none of them are cheap. For instance, carbon fiber reinforced polymer components (CFRP) costs around 2.7 million yen ($23,960), while dry carbon fiber costs $3,164,400 yen ($28,082). And if you want an air suspension, you can get it as an option for 890,000 yen ($7,900).

But if you would like a more extreme version of this model, you won’t have to wait too long, as the company has been testing a new Type R variant that we should soon see.

So far, Liberty Walk was the very first tuner that modified the Honda NSX, but it is unlikely to be the only one. Over a year ago, Hennessy Performance also said that they are looking into working their magic with this model.

We are glad that new photos of the NSX were published online. This way, we really get to appreciate what the Japanese tuner had turned the NSX into.

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