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Autozam AZ-1 transforms into Ferrari F40 courtesy of Liberty Walk

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WHEN I think of Liberty Walk, the first thing that comes to my mind are high-powered vehicles such as the Lamborghini Aventador, Nissan GT-R and McLaren 650S wearing outlandish body kits.

For their latest project, however, the renowned Japanese tuner has taken a slightly different approach by developing a body kit for a much more docile car, the Autozam AZ-1.

The AZ-1 is a kei sports car with a mid-engine configuration produced by Mazda under the Autozam brand in the early 90s. And the latest body kit from Liberty Walk will transform it into a Ferrari F40.

Needless to say, due to its miniature size, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out that this is not a genuine F40. That being said, there’s no denying that its front end bears a striking resemblance to the fabled Italian supercar.

Not only that, this body kit also includes canards, a front splitter, and of course, Liberty Walk’s staple, wider front and rear fenders to ensure complete transformation. The left and right door panels have embossing in the shape of NACA ducts, inspired by that of the F40.

At the rear, you’ll find a tall, fixed spoiler with big endplates and a diffuser with long strakes to help enhance aerodynamic efficiencly. Like the F40, the Liberty Walk-kitted AZ-1 also boasts centre-exit triple muffler tips.

According to the company’s website, the AZ-1 body kit package is priced starting from 2,226,000 yen (RM71,405), excluding the front and rear lights.

Additionally, customers looking to complete the F40-inspired look on their AZ-1 can opt for LB forged wheels measuring 16 inches in the front and 17 inches in the rear, priced at 1,430,000 yen (RM45,871).

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