Liberty Walk Has Modified a Honda S660 And It’s Preposterously Brilliant

For those who don’t know, Liberty Walk is a tuning company that’s speciality is fitting huge body kits to very expensive cars. Their usual style includes wide arches with incredibly conspicuous rivets reminiscent of a Porsche 993 GT2. They’re most well-known work includes cars like the LB Works Lamborghini Aventador and Ferrari 488. This time however, they’ve turned their hands to something a bit different. They’ve installed a widebody kit on a Honda S660 and I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.

The base Honda S660 is something Japan calls a Kei car. These are very efficient low impact cars that fit within a specific set of rules that govern engine size, physical dimensions and more. The Honda S660 ‘boasts’ a 63bhp three-cylinder engine with 660cc (hence the name). So while It may look slightly like an NSX, it’s less shit off a shiny shovel and more err… shit. Nevertheless, I still have a strange desire for the LB version. What do you think?

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