Van customization isn't a new thing. It's been around for quite some time but it isn't often a company normally associated with high-end sports and super cars get involved in the custom van scene. However, that didn't stop Liberty Walk from venturing into it.
Liberty Walk is more known for making wild-body builds for Ferraris, Lamborghinis, and the like. Now, they have turned their attention to two of Japan's most popular vans, the Toyota Hiace and Nissan NV350, also known as the Caravan in its home market.
So what has the tuning shop done to these utilitarians? While not as wild as their other creations, the end result is aggressive nonetheless. Both vans get a deep, extended front chin while the NV350 comes with vents on the front corner panels. Riveted fender extensions seen on both are inspired from race cars of the past. Finishing off the sides are skirts and door visors.
The rears of each van was left relatively untouched save for the tailgate ducktail spoiler. The Hiace does get a slightly different bumper with its exhaust pipes jutting out the back. Their tail lights meanwhile get LED illumunation courtesy of Valenti. Both these vans can be fitted with with ESB TC-01 wheels finished in black.
If the whole kit is too much for you, then Liberty Walk can sell you the parts piece by piece. The kit itself, meaning the front lip, rear side skirt, rear wing, and fender extensions will set you back ¥199,760. The wheels are an additional ¥105,840 and those Valenti tail lights are an extra ¥45,360. Should you want to go all-out, there's even an air-suspension pack for ¥842,400. That's a total of ¥1,087,520, which is about Php 524,000.