Do You Remember The Mitsuoka Orochi? - gallery

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  • Do You Remember The Mitsuoka Orochi? - gallery
  • Do You Remember The Mitsuoka Orochi? - gallery
    Now, who remembers the Mitsuoka Orochi? Well for those of you who aren't familiar, it was a mid-engined Japanese Supercar that debuted in 2006
  • Do You Remember The Mitsuoka Orochi? - gallery
    The Orochi has received some visual upgrades from the Japanese tuner Liberty Walk and will be on display at their booth at this years Tokyo Auto Salon
  • Do You Remember The Mitsuoka Orochi? - gallery
    Mitusoka is in fact a mainstream Japanese automaker who has been around since 1968. However, they are touted by many for being responsible for some of the ugliest cars ever
  • Do You Remember The Mitsuoka Orochi? - gallery
    The Orochi was one of their better efforts and 400 examples were made over its eight-year production run between 2006-2014
  • Do You Remember The Mitsuoka Orochi? - gallery
    Liberty walk are renowned for their outrageous and over the top body kits
  • Do You Remember The Mitsuoka Orochi? - gallery
    The Orochi, that was originally designed to resemble a fish now receives the full Liberty Walk treatment complete with a body kit, racing livery
  • Do You Remember The Mitsuoka Orochi? - gallery
    The backend now houses a giant wing. We can't confirm if Liberty has tinkered with the modest 3.3 Liter Toyota Sourced V-6 that puts out 231 horses
  • Do You Remember The Mitsuoka Orochi? - gallery
    But as they are a tuner, I wouldn't be surprised if they indeed have. Swipe up to read more about this custom build.
  • Do You Remember The Mitsuoka Orochi? - gallery
  • Do You Remember The Mitsuoka Orochi? - gallery
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