Lamborghini Aventador Liberty Walk Body Kit

The history of Lamborghini

The history of Lamborghini started in 1963 by Ferruccio Lamborghini.

The first iconic Lamborghini model was the Countach, invented by Wolf. Between 1978 and 1982, a total of 237 units got delivered.

Lamborghini went to some other carmakers one of them including Audi. The original plan was to get the 8-cylinder engine from the Audi A8 to power the new small Lamborghini.

The first big car came in 2001 which was the Murciélago. This new model was also named after a famous, fierce fighting bull.

In 2011, the new V12 model Aventador was produced. In 2015 the Aventador had two new versions, the Aventador SV and the Aventador SV Roadster.

The history of Liberty walk

Liberty walk offer different types of body kits, fiber reinforced plastic and carbon fiber reinforced plastic.

Wataru Kato created Liberty walk when he was 26, he started out in a small lot which could only hold three cars. It’s now one of the biggest after market vehicle brands. They are an aftermarket brand that specialize in body kits, spoilers, exhausts and air suspension.

About the Lamborghini Aventador

Production: February 2011-2017

Designer: Filippo Perini (original design), Mitja Borket (Aventador S)

Layout: mid-engine, all-wheel-drive

Doors: Scissor

Engine: 6.5 L V12

Power output: 690 hp (Aventador), 730 hp (Aventador S), 740 hp (Aventador SV), 760 hp (Aventador SVJ)

Weight: 1575 kg

Asking the team

I spoke to one of the marketing team and asked them a few questions about the car.

What part of the car stands out to you? ‘I like the wide body look’

What do you think about liberty walk body kits on lambos? ‘I think they’re super cool’

Do you think the body kits are overpriced? ‘I think they’re expensive but they fit very well’

What would you change about the car? ‘I would change the gear box’  

What colour would you have it? ‘Lime green’


Thank you for reading my blog – Kate, Cardinal Newman College


Porsche Update

In our fleet, we have this Porsche 944 we got from a gentleman who had an extensive collection of vehicles. He had to put them up for sale, we were lucky enough to get this one. When we bought it, it was in barn find condition.

Unfortunately, we are having to sell this car. We had plans to do it up and bring it back to its former glory. Then we decided to move on to other cars and to sell this one. We know it would be a good project for someone who has the time to work on it.


  • Engine 2.5L M44/40 I4
  • Power 165-2250 bhp
  • Fuel tank capacity 21.1 U.S. gallons
  • Wheelbase 94.5 inches
  • Length 170 inches
  • Width 68.3 inches

We came up with some questions about the car to ask Tim and these are the answers we got.

Would you change the engine to an electrical one?

‘It would be interesting to see what this car could do with an electric engine, but I think it would be like it’s ripping the heart out of it’


Would you change the colour or add any pictures/stickers?

‘May change it to red, or have some black detail on top of the white’


What was it about this car that stood out to you?

‘It is an iconic design, it’s different to the others’


Would you change anything about the seats like the material, shape etc?


‘If you were using it regularly, I would change it to a comfier material’


What is your opinion of this brand? Do you think this is an overrated brand?

‘No it’s not an overrated brand, I think it is an amazing brand with history and depth’

Recently, we made a video on the Porsche for the YouTube channel showing the outsides, insides and details and talking about it too.

Personally, I like this car a lot because it is a very good brand. It’s vintage, it’s cool and I love all the details on it. Details such as the Porsche badge at the front of the car, the wheels and the steering wheel. I’ve had a good time with helping film this car, showing off its features and getting it out there. I hope you like the video we made and the pictures I took of it.


Thank you for reading my blog – Kate, Cardinal Newman College


The CarSpünk Video

We have been creating a CarSpünk video with the guys at 7 Acre Productions!
The new video has just dropped after being with the guys for a few weeks, check it out on our Youtube channel!

The rise of the Porsche 944

One of the many cars in the CarSpünk fleet is the Porsche 944! The body of the 944 hinged on the 924 with more striking contours. The 944 also featured a 2.5-litre in-line four-cylinder engine developed by Porsche. The 944 was then viewed as a “true” Porsche in the eyes of customers.

We saw this Porsche 944 sitting in a barn and couldn’t resist bringing it back to life! With scratches and scuffs along the body and a worn interior. Nothing our team couldn’t sort out!



Once rolled into the CarSpünk garage, we began inspecting the interior and body work some more!


We started with polishing the body work but this wasn’t giving us the results we were after. Back to the drawing board!

Want to keep up to date with the Porsche 944 restoration? Check out our social media and watch out for our blog to find out more, the story is beginning!

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