It's fair to assume by now most have survived their widebody Supra hangover that occurred during SEMA week late last year. It was no surprise to see Toyota's revamped flagship dominating the halls of the Vegas Convention Center, and yes, we're all very well aware of the BMW-based underpinnings in a collaboration effort that's caused more uproar than any other industry-based shake-up we've ever witnessed.
The majority of the A90s on display at SEMA were widened considerably, and many of them relied on the same exact kit. The saturation meant two things: people were going to get upset with the look rather quickly (even before the show officially opened, in many cases); and, in time, there would be other kit options on the way.
Well, that time has come, as Liberty Walk has thrown their signature look into the mix. The multi-piece affair seems to touch on every single body panel of the new Supra except for the roof. All four fenders get the pronounced flare additions that you'd expect along with the exposed hardware that enrages some and serves a point of pride to others.
The flanks for the Supra are treated to a lower door cap and side diffuser that helps finish the widening effect and also offers a razor straight lower body line that's carried onto the OEM front bumper's lower fascia, which is significantly thicker in the center portion. On either side of the headlights are extension pieces to help the factory bumper meet the additional girth of the fender flares and to the side of the bumper's smaller grills are angular canards. A vented and sculpted hood is also available.
The rear portion of Liberty Walk's Supra fender flares cut inward and expose the back half of the tires for a more aggressive look. Out back, that definitive line doesn't really lead into anything the way that it does up front, where they taper into the doors. There is a rear diffuser to bring the back end down further, but you probably won't care much as your attention is undoubtedly drawn to the massive structure atop the deck lid. Given the increased proportions of the rest of the body, the large wing is warranted, at least in terms of styling, and the lower portion, which lines up well with the factory hatch "bump" that houses the rear emblem, is a nice touch.
Liberty Walk has the kit available on their site now where you can purchase the conversion with all of its options, or you can opt to buy portions of it piecemeal. The complete set up with hood will set you back $17,930 for FRP, or if you want carbon reinforced plastic (no, it's not carbon fiber), the price is bumped to $19,030.