Liberty Walk, with its quintessentially Japanese fender flares, air ride kits and wheels, has no trouble getting attention at the SEMA Show. Last year at the show they received attention for applying their fender flare expertise to a Ferrari 458 and then got even more press when it was crashed into by a Jeep Wrangler, and this year they are back in Vegas making even more headlines.
One of the centerpieces of Liberty Walk’s booth at this year’s SEMA Show is their Challenger, which as you can probably tell has received Liberty Walk’s body kit and fender flare kit along with some big Liberty Walk wheels shod in Bridgestone Potenza tires. The Challenger wears the widebody look rather well, in our opinion, and unlike the Liberty Walk 458, it probably won’t upset any purists with its outlandishness.
We find the liberty Walk Challenger interesting as it’s the first American domestic muscle car done up by the Japanese tuning company. The majority of its products consist of European cars like the BMW M4 or exotics like the Lamborghini Huracan, so we’re sure their custom Challenger will be a hit at American shows like SEMA.
If you were thinking about grabbing the Liberty Walk kit for your own personal Challenger, prepare your savings account, because it’s about to get rocked. The company charges $5,800 for the body kit, fender flares and spoiler, $5,400 for the wheels and tires and another $7,900 for the air ride suspension kit. So if you’re still into the idea, you can drop them a line through their website.