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Liberty Walk Unveils a Jaw Dropping C8 Corvette

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The brilliant Japanese tuners from Liberty Walk deserve a round of applause for their mind blowing take on the C8 Corvette. While Chevy has expanded the Corvette family with the track-focused Z06 and the electrified all-wheel-drive E-Ray, the spotlight here is on the enchanting transformation of the standard Stingray.

Liberty Walk has once again worked their magic, crafting wider front and rear wheel arches that give the car an aggressive edge. The makeover also includes front and rear bumper add-ons, a pronounced splitter, a bold diffuser, and an imposing rear wing. The muscular side skirts further enhance the Corvette’s powerful stance.

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The body kit, constructed from FRP and CFRP, is available for $19,580 and $21,780 respectively for international markets. Keep in mind, the striking wheels and adjustable air suspension that brings the car tantalizingly close to the ground are additional expenses.

Although Liberty Walk doesn’t offer a power upgrade, the stock Stingray is more than capable of delivering a heart-pounding experience. Powered by a 6.2-liter LT2 V8 engine, it produces 495 hp (with the optional performance exhaust system) and 470 lb-ft (637 Nm) of torque.

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Accelerating from 0-60 mph (97 kph) in 2.9 seconds, this beauty has a top speed of 194 mph (312 kph) and can run a quarter-mile in just over 11 seconds.

Starting at $64,500, the Liberty Walk-enhanced Corvette Stingray showcases the tuner’s exceptional artistry, making it a head-turner that is hard to resist.

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A car enthusiast and automotive writer, Devin holds a degree in Automotive Engineering from Northwood University. Combining his technical expertise with a passion for cars, he crafts compelling content on the latest projects and innovations in car tuning. Learn more about Fancy Tuning's Editorial Process.

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