The Japanese based aftermarket specialists from Liberty Walk have recently pulled the wraps off their newest creation, a new tuning project aimed towards the previous generation of the MINI Cooper.
The old MINI Cooper may have been long gone in order to make room for its successor but that doesn’t mean that the supermini is good for the scrap yard. In fact, enthusiasts believe that it still has something to prove in its segment and in order to bring it back to the public’s attention, the guys from Liberty Walk have recently presented an upgraded version of it. The good news is that the upgrades are actually available to MINI Cooper owners of the previous generation but the bad part is that this can be called just about anything but “cheap”.
According to the tuning company, the plastic kit can be ordered from 6,100 USD and for the carbon fiber version, people will have to pay up to 7,500 USD. Keep in mind that this is basically more than you can pay for a second-hand MINI Cooper S. The parts can also be purchased separately as the cheapest part is the plastic rear wing, available at 510 USD. The model in question has received the aerodynamic package which is adding some aggressive front and rear bumpers, wide fenders, new side skirts, new diffusers and a new tailgate wing. If you were expecting some performance modifications too, you will be surprised to find out that Liberty Walk has only concentrated on the exterior.