Liberty Walk, based in Japan and well-known for their wide fender conversion kits for both the Aventador and Huracan, has just revealed the next step in Lamborghini Huracan tuning ... they call it the LB-Silhouette Works Huracan GT and it clearly took a lot of inspiration from the Huracan race cars created by Lamborghini's own Squadra Corse department.
Both the front and rear fenders of the original Huracan are replaced by massive, angular styles units with air vents at the rear, while the rear fenders are fitted with a large intake, much like the one seen on the Huracan GT3.
The front bumper is also new and combines the 'fangs' from the Aventador S with the lower ALA splitter from the Huracan Performante, while that lower splitter ends in two massive, vertical fins on either side ... strangely enough, it does look good.
A new front hood with additional vents is part of the entire body kit, add the deep side sills and a massive rear diffuser and you get an overall look that belongs more on the race track than on the open road ... but the best is yet to come.
Check out that extremely massive rear wing, two big uprights, and a wide, clear carbon fiber rear wing ... drawn towards the roofline by a large vertical fin as seen on the SC18 one-off from Lamborghini, and in case you were wondering, the engine cover is also replaced by Liberty Walk.
As usual the body kit is available in FRP only (for $39,420) or a combination of FRP and dry carbon fiber (for $49,680), but the best option would be a full carbon fiber kit (at $59,940) consisting of a front bumper, front diffuser, rear bumper, rear diffuser, rear wing, wide fenders, and the new front hood ... you still have to add the $9,500 AirRex air suspension and a nice set of wheels ... but then you'll end up with probably the most impressive Huracan in the neighborhood.
And just to make you really dream about this LB-Silhouette Works Huracan GT ... I created a Spyder version of it, just for fun.
More information can be found on the Liberty Walk website.