• 2011 Lamborghini Murcielago ’LB-R Zero Fighter’ by Liberty Walk Performance

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Japanese tuning company, Liberty Walk Performance, is a household name in the Japanese tuning scene. With their works finding their way on the Web, these guys are well on their way to being recognized the world over as a pretty bad ass company.

Known for their works on exotic supercars, LWP has come out with a new kit for the Lamborghini Murcielago called the ’LB-R Zero Fighter’. The styling kit features a new paint scheme that was inspired by Zero Fighter planes from World War II. The military theme of the whole LB Performance Type 2 body kit also features camouflage-themed seats on the interior with the calipers given the same treatment. In addition to that, the car also comes with a set of Werfen GT-04 wheels with similar camo pattern barrels.

As far as performance upgrades go, LWP left the supercar’s powertrain untouched, opting to keep the Murcielago’s 6.5-liter V12 engine the same. Can’t say we blame them, considering that on its own, the supercar is already capable of producing 631 horsepower at 8000 rpm and 487 lb/ft at 6000 rpm.

With most programs for the Murcielago, LWP’s project is a unique military take on a modern-day exotic that figures to get much more attention than a stock Murcielago ever could.

  • 2011 Lamborghini Murcielago ’LB-R Zero Fighter’ by Liberty Walk Performance
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  • Engine:
    6.5-liter V12 engine
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    631 horsepower at 8,000 rpm
  • Torque @ RPM:
    487 lb/ft of torque at 6,000 rpm
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  (539) posted on 11.28.2011

I have to agree with you SmokeyBurnout. Lamborghini design is absolutely so aggressive, which is very noticeable on it. I’m also glad that they use a nice and powerful engine for this sports car.

  (248) posted on 09.20.2011

Lamborghini design is one of the best aggressive car in the world of automotive. The style of this car is really great and specially the performance of this car is really great.

  (474) posted on 09.1.2011

I’m so impressed to this car. The speed performance of this car was really great and this car is so aggressive.

  (592) posted on 07.25.2011

You will notice that Lamborghini is really fond of making aggressive designs. The one that caught my attention are the wheels. I like its white stripes because it definitely fits on the car’s exterior and the name.

  (580) posted on 07.25.2011

Impressively, the speed performance of the car is awesome for a vintage-based vehicle. I wonder on what are the accessories attached in the car.

  (379) posted on 07.25.2011

As seeing this one, I think Liberty Walk Performance is not that good at all. Because for me, their rendition for the Mucielago didn’t even make a stand to the original one.

  (427) posted on 07.22.2011

They actually have a good concept on making this one. But I don’t see any difference between other Lamborghini cars aside from its color, which is like a fighter plane. It is where the name came from.

  (488) posted on 07.22.2011

Although this car doesn’t have a gorgeous look still I was impressed on its figure performance. BTW, the boost in the power produced of the v12 is quite amazing.

  (434) posted on 07.22.2011

hmm. What is this a military car? I wonder if this model is equipped with fighting machine or whatever. If this will in the production, I guess this is the ugliest that I have seen so far from the Lamborghini line up.

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