Maserati Gran Turismo adopts the widebody Liberty Walk treatment image

The stylish Italian sports coupe has been transformed into a menacing ride with massive fenders and a huge wing – but it actually looks like something only able to ride the track.

The Maserati Gran Turismo might be heading towards the retirement house this year according to reports, but that doesn’t mean it has lost its spirit. And if you want to stay relevant on the aftermarket scene, you might head towards the Liberty Walk address once you exit the showroom with the Italian sports coupe. The Japanese tuning firm is as festive as always with its outlandish visual updates, which include swollen fenders and a massive rear wing. Liberty Walk’s Works kit makes the Italian stylish coupe almost ready to get its rear wheels dirty during an underground drift event.

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But using it on the streets might be dangerous because it comes with a road scooping front splitter that connects to the wide fenders that have an industrial look thanks to the exposed fasteners. There are also new side sills to connect the fenders and there’s also a massive lip spoiler on the trunk for an easy to recognize new rear styling. Liberty Walk has also had its way with the diffuser – and offers the kit on the Old Continent in the United Kingdom. Anyone can grab it for 10,230 pounds ($12,825) in fiberglass for the MC Stradale or 12,150 pounds ($15,235) for the standard version. Go for CFRP (carbon fiber reinforced plastic) and you’ll shell out 12,230 pounds or 14,150 pounds, respectively.