Mitsuoka Orochi modified by Liberty Walk actually looks decent

The car debuts online ahead of its Tokyo Auto Salon reveal

The Mitsuoka Orochi is taken into consideration by numerous to be amongst the ugliest autos ever before made. Nonetheless, a recently personalized instance has surfaced thanks to Liberty Stroll, the adjusting home that specializes in severe widebody packages. And also attempt we claim it, it does not look half bad.

If you’re not familiar with Mitsuoka, they’re type of like the Mansory of Japan. They normally take an existing version from, claim, Nissan, as well as add sheetmetal and modification of Mitsuoka’s very own design. Their flagship version, the Orochi, is a parts-bin vehicle with bits from Honda, Mazda as well as Suzuki, powered by a 3.3-liter Toyota V6 and also five-speed combo– the exact same one from a Solara– mid-mounted as well as driving the real wheels.

That’s all fine and good, however the Orochi, named after a dragon from Japanese folklore, has actually constantly had to do with how it looks. To be straightforward, we’re not seeing a great deal of dragon in there. A Lovecraftian deep sea creature that’s been stepped on by Godzilla, possibly.

In any case, this Liberty Walk-modified Orochi, posted on the social media sites accounts of owner Wataru Kato, is the first suitable one we’ve seen. That’s in part due to the truth that the store’s signature appearance– whether related to a Supra, Land Cruiser or Ferrari– is everything about extremes, and there are few autos that look as extreme as the Orochi in stock type (shown in the gallery below).

Freedom Walk’s trademark fender flares actually stick to the wheel buttocks of the Orochi quite well. The front lip as well as side skirts, and also its knocked ride height, assistance complete several of the weirder natural shapes in the original’s design. Additionally, offered the giant race automobile wing on it, the peculiar vents and hood scoops on the Orochi look more in your home.

On top of all that, Freedom Walk has completed it in the livery of their current drift vehicle, a Mazda rotary-powered S15 Nissan Silvia. That Silvia was itself a homage to an older Silvia (offered as the Nissan 200SX stateside) Team 5 race cars and truck from the 1980s. Yet I digress. The point is, though this may not be a race vehicle, the race accoutrements assist offset the Orochi’s, ah, one-of-a-kind bodywork. We never believed adding more to a currently busy layout would assist, yet in this case a lot more is extra.

The Freedom Stroll Orochi is arranged to make its real-time launching at the Tokyo Car Hair salon this weekend.