Japanese aftermarket developer Liberty Walk has stormed this year’s edition of the SEMA with its Widebody Ferrari 458, showing a mechanical, race-bred look. The tuner has now offered a similar treatment to the Ferrari 458 Spider, offering us a few images of the pumped-up open-air supercar.

Liberty Walk Ferrari 458 Spider Widebody
Liberty Walk Ferrari 458 Spider Widebody

The main aero elements are the front splitter and the rear wing, both using a very bold approach that stands out from the distance. However, as far as the eye is concerned, those “add-on” wing elements boost the visual aggression aura quite a lot, also being a rare sight in the tuning world.

For those wondering if that rear wing is practical or not, we have to add a feature that makes the 458 Spider even more difficult to use – take a look at how much they’ve lowered the car and you’ll understand.

Liberty Walk Ferrari 458 Spider Widebody Sideview

As for the final touch, this comes in the form of a set of deep concave multi-spoke wheels, which were supplied by SSR.

By: autoevolution