Back in June, the Japanese automotive company Toyota unveiled its all-new Land Cruiser 300 — including a GR Sport version that marked the first change in the SUV in 14 years — and now the tuning company Liberty Walk has gotten its hands all over the car.
As noted in HYPEBEAST’s previous coverage of the car, the Land Cruiser 300 no longer comes with the customary V8, instead packing a twin-turbo V6 that produces 409 HP and 479 lb-ft of torque. Liberty Walk doesn’t fettle with the engine, but it has given it a very commanding body kit overhaul, teaming up with Sphere Light — a Japanese car lighting company — to create its masterpiece.
At the front, we find an extended fascia alongside Liberty Walk branding on the grille and new daytime running lights, while hitting up the hood is a faux-carbon fiber panel. Matte black mirrors and side vents can be found on the sides alongside a new set of black multi-spoke rims, while at the rear, Liberty Walk adds a duo of spoilers alongside new branding, a diffuser and two new exhaust pipes in chrome silver. Extended wheel arches with ventilation and black side skirts round out the car.
The cost for all of this? $19,580 USD, for those living outside of Japan — despite the fact that the car isn’t actually being sold in North America. Take a closer look at the custom Land Cruiser 300 above, and find out more on Liberty Walk’s website.
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