Hello and acquire to 2018! If we need some good news to start this year, greatfully be suggested that a famous and argumentative Japanese tuning residence Liberty Walk has begun messing with a routinely grand and noble Lexus LC. This is a good thing.
Around here, we’re large fans of a new LC, simply since we’re gratified that Lexus dared to make a big, expensive, dramatic-looking two-door oppulance coupe with a naturally aspirated V8 engine instead of another tedious crossover. (Then again, we have this speculation that RX sales are substantially so strong they can some-more or reduction do whatever they want.) The fact that a LC drives flattering good helps too.
Even improved is a fact that tuners aren’t fearful to get crazy with it. Much of a time, we feel like we see from a Japanese tuning stage these days mostly deals with a Nissan GT-R and comparison models from a sporting heyday of a 1990s and 2000s. It’s good to see Liberty Walk get absurd with something newer and different.
Here, a Liberty Walk pack for a LC 500 includes hulk buffer flares, a duckbill spoiler and front and back CO diffusers—not to discuss a correct volume of stance. According to Autoguide, these kits operation in cost from about $14,000 to $20,000.
Good! This is what we like to see. Keep a large costly coupes weird, please.