Japanese aftermarket tuner Liberty Walk is at it again, this time with the Ford Mustang. The tuner is known worldwide because of their outrageous and unique wide body treatments when configuring models like the Toyota Prius and the Lamborghini Aventador, plus many more in between.
As mentioned earlier, one of their latest projects would be the Liberty Walk-tuned Ford Mustang, and this is the first Mustang they have tweaked. To really make it look like it is by the tuner, they gave the example their signature bolt-on fenders, new front and rear bumpers, a new read diffuser, a modified grille, and finally a ducktail spoiler. The pony is dressed in a bright red finish to complete the exterior look. LB gave it an Airrex air suspension kit for an additional $7,900 (¥790,000), to let it sit as close as it can to the pavement.
Before we forget, the Mustang now has a set of black wheels and decals all over the body, to give some accent to its bright red body. For the full-on Works package, customers will have to be willing to spend $6,800 (¥680,000). Or they can also opt for the toned down Performance package at $4,960 (¥496,800), which only includes a tweaked front diffuser, side diffuser, rear diffuser, and a ducktail spoiler.
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But customers are not just limited to these packages, they can have their Mustang parts configured individually too. Each part ranges from $1,240 (¥124,200) for upgrades like the side diffuser; however, the price could go up to $7,900 (¥790,000). Though it might cost a little more if you get the parts individually.
Liberty Walk did not provide any details regarding the tuned Mustang’s performance; they did say that the new body kit is compatible with either an EcoBoost or an eight cylinder, and that prices will not vary depending on the engine option.
To give you some reference, the 2017 Ford Mustang sans Liberty Walk’s treatment, can be had with either a 2.3 liter turbocharged EcoBoost engine carrying out 310 horsepower (231 kilowatts) or a beefier 5.0 liter V8 with as much as 435 horsepower (324 kilowatts). This is paired with a six-speed manual transmission. But if you want an even more powerful model, you can get the range-topping Shelby GT350 that produces 526 horsepower (392 kilowatts).
Speaking of the Mustang, who is excited for the 2018 model year that might soon be the greatest entry ever for the performance car? We are expecting the new pony to have a more efficient engine that will now have a bit more torque of 350 pound feet. There leaves no doubt then that the refreshed EcoBoost Mustang will be a fun car to drive.