While this will seem like a child Nissan GT-R, it’s truly a Daihatsu Copen that has been overhauled by Japanese tuning firm Liberty Walk.
Liberty Walk has been producing bodykits for the Copen for just a few years now and first previewed its GT-R-inspired bodykit back in 2017. We suppose it really works wonders on the compact two-seater convertible and offers it some severe avenue cred.
The entrance of the package features a GT-R-inspired grille in addition to air intakes and horizontal LED daytime operating lights additionally resembling these of the GT-R. The normal headlights of the Copen work surprisingly properly with the angular form of the grille, whereas a pointy entrance splitter gives the Daihatsu with the sort of experience top you’d anticipate of a correct supercar.
Being an professional on widebody kits, Liberty Walk has fitted the automotive with flared entrance and rear wheel arches sitting over a set of aftermarket wheels with black spokes and a few aggressive camber. The package additionally consists of bespoke facet skirts.
Liberty Walk continues its modifications on the rear with the fitment of a towering rear wing, GT-R badging, and a rear diffuser/bumper package deal similar to that of the GT-R. There are even 4 tailpipes like on the precise Godzilla.
While the modified Copen might look the half, it’s nonetheless a kei automotive, which means it’s powered by a tiny 658 cc three-cylinder engine. Evidently, you gained’t be drag racing actual GT-Rs between the visitors lights on this factor – however you’ll actually appeal to numerous consideration…