Straight from the Land of the Rising Sun, there comes a Mercedes-Benz S-Class like you have never seen it before. The Japan-based Wald International tuning company released the new photos of their work. So let’s check it out!
Wald International has taken their aggressively-styled Benz across the country for some photo-sessions, to complement the harmonious lines of what is said to be the best car in the world. And the tuned limousine fitted well both in rural areas and cityscapes. The photos that have just been released show the car in two finishes: one in bright silver and another one in elegant black.
Wald International of Japan has made use of their Black Bison styling kit, combing the stylish traditional executive model design of the limousine with the muscular sporty aero enhancements. “We don’t follow a particular trend, we always lead the market”, the Japanese brag and that’s all right, as the car looks really give them the right to do it.
Larger air intakes, side vents, larger side skirts, a rear air diffuser and a quadruple exhaust system, all of these topped off with a set of 12-spoke alloy wheels complete with thin road tires make up for an elegant, yet perilous-looking S-Class. But Wald thought there is no need for a technical upgrade, so they let the S-Class get away with its standard 4.7-liter biturbo V8, 449 HP and 4.8 second-run from 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h).
By the pictures, it is widely obvious that the suspension has been lowered for an upgraded driving delight and sharpen the aesthetic sense. “We aim to furnish extraordinary emotions” is the Japanese tuning company’s promise regarding the Mercedes-Benz S-Class.