Liberty Walk is a name associated with outlandish bodykits on Japanese and latterly European cars; now it has turned its attention to the Lamborghini Aventador.

This particular example put together by EXE actually features components from a few tuners, chiefly Liberty Walk that supplied the flared wheel arches, a custom front bumper and splitter pack, extended side skirts, large rear wing and a prominent rear diffuser.

It retains its LP700-4 badges on its side skirts as a nod to its origins – just in case the car’s looks have some confuse it with the Aventador SV – and presumably stays mechanically close to standard.

Deep dished Forgiato wheels are finished in candy apple red for this example and the entire car is treated to a deep red paint job, while an iPE exhaust kit aims to help give the modified Aventador even more audio to match its increased visual impact.

What’s the Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 like to drive? Read on here to find out more about our experience with it at the Sepang International Circuit.