In early June, Audi, finally updated its A5 coupe, making it more suitable for the company’s modern lineup model. But this does not mean that it’s time to let the A5 generation rest: equipped with a wide body kit from Liberty Walk the coupe looks very impressive.
Japanese body-kitter Liberty Walk, who has become famous for its wide body conversions, not only expanded the A5 this time, but also tried to bring it as close to the ground as possible. And judging by the photos, they succeeded: A5 almost touches the ground, and it looks even better than the DTM-spec RS5 tin-top racer.
The new body kit for the Audi A5 is available in two versions – fiberglass (GRP) or carbon fiber (CFRP). It includes a front splitter, side skirts, rear diffuser, rear wing, and of course those signature wheel arch extensions.
In addition, the standard exhaust system on this Audi A5 has been replaced by a new exhaust system from FLexhaust, and instead of the usual set of wheels, wider wheels with high performance special Falken tires are installed.
According to Liberty Walk, the ‘kit fits any A5 or S5 model and can be fitted by any competent body shop. It can be ordered either as a complete kit or as individual elements. It is currently not available for sale in the U.S.. The full package of fiberglass runs $8540, CFRP is more expensive – $11060.
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