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Check out Liberty Walk’s Fuso Super Great Concept

A Fuso Super Great is being built by Liberty Walk, and we’re surprised that it doesn’t come with a widebody.

Earl Lee Earl Lee on Nov 26, 2021
Fuso Super Great Liberty Walk

Here’s something that you’re not used to seeing, presenting Liberty Walk’s biggest project to date, in a more literal sense. Known for customizing all sorts of cars from Lamborghinis to Nissan GT-Rs and other exotic cars, this is yet another interesting creation from the mind of Wataru Kato, the owner of Liberty Walk. 

This is the first-ever liberty walk modified truck, and it’s not going to be your run-of-the-mill model. It looks to be a Fuso Super Great, which is a long-distance hauler with a rather capable engine. The project is still in its rendering phase, but it will make its debut on May 12 to 14, 2022, at Japan’s Truck Show. 

As you can see from the concept, the truck appears to be slammed to the ground and features some white lettering on its beefy tires that are otherwise stock and painted in black. We’ll call it the Liberty Walk Super Great for now, but as far as images are concerned, it makes us more intrigued at what Kato-san did to the powertrain of the truck. Perhaps more boost in its turbo-diesel engine? The low ride height is actually a bit fake because Liberty Walk added fender flares to give the truck a stanced appearance. 

Liberty Walk Super Great

Wait, is it a Liberty Walk build without a wide body kit? Yes, it is, and it’s a nice change of pace from the usual wildness that we see in the brand’s portfolio, though, there is a set of fender flares on it. 

On its side, you get a plethora of decals and brands displayed. All high-performance goodies for supercars. Of course, you can easily spot the “LIBERTY WALK” on the top-right of the truck’s body, as is the “LB Racing” decal on the top left. 

It may not be everyone’s cup of tea, and neither are all of the designs of Liberty Walk as a brand, but this design is tame enough but outlandish enough to garner some attention. It will be showcased alongside other trucks from May 12 to 14, 2022, so there is at least one showcase that we know we’ll be interested in for sure. 

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