Japanese tuning studio Liberty Walk has published pictures of its new project based on the Nissan Silvia.
As a donor car, the Japanese tuners from Liberty Walk used the production version of the S15 generation Nissan Silvia, which was produced from 1999 to 2002. The studio has developed a fiberglass aerodynamic body kit from scratch for the car, which includes a custom hood, large arch extensions, other bumpers, extended fenders, an oversized rear wing, and a diffuser. In addition, the Nissan Silvia has received racing livery, special wheels with the company logo and air suspension that can be controlled at the touch of a button.
Liberty Walk specialists have not published photos of the interior of the converted car, however, it is known that it received an additional yellow roll cage, racing front seats, and a new steering wheel. Nothing is known about the engine of the modified car either. The standard power unit of the Nissan Silvia S15 in the early 2000s developed 250 hp.
How much the complete tuning kit for Nissan Silvia cost, the tuners did not disclose. At the same time, the cost of only the extreme fiberglass body kit was $ 25 thousand.