Liberty Walk is at it again, this time going full force with the pre-facelift version of the sixth and current-generation Ford Mustang. There’s nothing subdued about the way this pony car looks, especially when compared against the Liberty Walk Honda NSX that was revealed yesterday.

It’s the first time the Japanese tuning firm laid its hands on a Mustang, so what better way to make an impression than giving it a complete, bespoke makeover, right? New to the car is Liberty Walk’s famous bolt-on fenders, dark pony-less front grille, reprofiled front and rear bumpers with new diffuser, side skirts, a large ducktail spoiler and lastly the new multi-spoke alloys.

The “Works” package above costs ¥680,400 Japanese yen (RM25.5k) on its own, but each item can be purchased individually with prices starting from ¥124,200 (RM4.6k). Notice how close to the ground the Mustang sits? That’s courtesy of an Airrex air suspension kit, which costs an additional ¥790,000 (nearly RM30k) on top of the Works package.

Liberty Walk left the powertrain untouched, but went on to say that the bolt-on kit can be fitted to both the EcoBoost and Mustang GT models. There’s no mention if it would fit on the Shelby GT350, though.

The sixth-gen Mustang is the first to receive a right-hand drive version, prompting Sime Darby Auto Connexion to introduce the 2.3L four-cylinder EcoBoost and 5.0L V8 GT in June last year. The duo carry a price tag of RM489k and RM599k respectively, both OTR prices sans insurance.

Do you like what Liberty Walk has done here, or would you prefer the more focused version by Hennessey? Leave your thoughts in the comments section.

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