Wald International Works Wonders on the Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG

Wald International Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG Black Bison front 3/4 view

If it seems like just last week that we reported on Wald International releasing a Black Bison cosmetic package for a German super sedan (specifically the Porsche Panamera), that’s because it was just last week. So the Japanese automotive aesthetics enhancement specialists are taking a bit of a breather now, right? Um…no.

Instead of taking a powder, Wald International has rolled out a Black Bison package for the new C218-chassis Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG. But aside from the all-black-all-the-time exterior treatment, what else is included in the proverbial box? Read on and find out!

Wald International Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG Black Bison rear 3/4 view

Up front, there’s a new bumper with gaping air inlets and a quartet of LED running lights on either side. Move around to the side and you’ll find lower side skirts and bold new front fenders with big, bold air vents.  Finally, this Prussian performance sedan’s posterior receives a pair of carbon fiber spoilers – one on the trunklid and one above the rear window – and a new rear bumper surrounding new exhaust tips with dual overlapping outlets. A set of huge Wald International wheels and lowering springs round out the visible changes.

As for the mechanical changes, there aren’t any to speak of. Thankfully, Merc’s most muscular “four-door coupe” (we still prefer “factory customized sedan”) ships from the Fatherland with a 5.5L twin-turbo V8 serving up 518hp (or 550hp if you pop for the AMG Performance Package), so it doesn’t really need more oomph, per se. Of course, if you want more oomph, there are plenty of other tuners who can help you take care of that.

Wald International Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG Black Bison wheel view

But if you just want to make your new CLS63 AMG look even snappier than it already does, reading up on Wald International is worth your time. Be forewarned, though: There’s a strong probability you’ll be the center of attention at gas stations, parking lots and traffic jams everywhere.

Source: Wald International



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