Liberty Walk has introduced a full widebody kit for the Ferrari 360 Modena, adding to its long list of cars it offers upgrades for.
The Japanese tuning company’s widebody kit for the 360 consist of a new front fascia, side skirts and rear diffuser, along with a rear wing and widened fenders. The kit can be made from either fiberglass-reinforced plastic or carbon fiber-reinforced plastic, with the latter adding a dry carbon front wing and other dry carbon elements.
The fiber reinforced kit will cost $22,080 in the U.S. before installation, while the carbon fiber version will cost $29,160. It’s certainly not cheap, but making your Ferrari look like a steroid-injected GT3 racer is no simple feat. Liberty Walk also has a pretty intense following, so you might even manage to increase the value of this aging Prancing Horse with the upgrades.
Head on over to Liberty Walk’s site for additional info.