Rob Evans Design Imagines a Stealthy Liberty Walk Lamborghini Huracan
When it comes to widebody kits for supercars, Liberty Walk is probably the best-known name there is. And considering it has done kits for all non-limited edition Lamborghini models since the Murcielago, it’s pretty reasonable to expect that Wataru Kato and crew will be announcing offerings for the Huracan in the not-too-distant future. However, Rob Evans couldn’t wait.
Evans, the principal of Seattle-based Rob Evans Design, cooked up the two renderings of what a Liberty Walk Huracan could look like. The slammed stance, hulking fender flares and extended splitter and side skirts are all hallmarks of the Japanese tuner, while the blacked-out color scheme – as suggested by the F-22s in the background of the second picture – is inspired by stealth aircraft, much like Lamborghini’s own Reventon was. All in all, we seriously dig Mr. Evans’ work, and hope there’s at least one company (even if it isn’t Liberty Walk) that uses it as a jumping-off point for a set of exterior revisions for the new junior Lambo.
Source: Rob Evans Design