In the old days, if you wanted to add more grip it was easier to cut the inner fenders and tub the rear quarter panels. But if you have utilized every available inch of space, a widebody kit is the next logical step. Improving on the designs of normal cars is relatively easy to do. Simply exaggerate the body lines and install wider wheels. But for owners of exotics, there are many more complications to consider. Ferrari’s 360 and F430 models are now becoming affordable to performance-minded enthusiasts, and they have been looking for ways to push the limits of the already potent cars.
Enter Liberty Walk. The acclaimed aftermarket artists have just released a slew of upgrades for late model Ferraris, with each component available in Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic or Carbon Fiber. Both kits include front and rear bumpers, rocker panels, new fenders, and a giant rear spoiler. Pricing has yet to be released on their US site, but a quick currency conversion reveals the cost of the full kit to be just over $26,500 at time of press. Not included is the obligatory air suspension kit, because if you are going this far you will need to have an accurate control of ride height. To swap from springs to bags is a reasonable $8,000. Mr. Kato and his team have outdone themselves again, so stay tuned to Autofluence to see their next creations.