The Japanese tuner Wald International took a mighty Rolls-Royce Wraith and added a cosmetic package tailored specifically to leave you dazed.
It takes a lot of courage just to get close to the most powerful and striking Rolls-Royce in history. Who would believe that someone could even dare to alter its mighty stance. The Japanese tuners from Wald International had no problem in taking a Rolls-Royce Wraith and adding some of their “Black Bison” vision. It is always a tricky job to tailor an already elegant “suit”. But the passion for tuning has no preconceptions. Their “Black Bison Edition” is all about an aggressive approach, online which comes with a custom body style to impose that statement. The Wraith by Wald cruiser is distinguished by a custom front bumper and a front spoiler lip, malady side skirts, treatment and rear diffuser, all being available in fiberglass or carbon fiber. It also has a new trunk spoiler that comes in body color, modified exhaust tips and some massive 22-inch alloy wheels to complete the warlike appearance.
For a sportier look and feel, the air suspension was modified to take the Roller closer to the ground. As far as the “power plant”, there were no intrusions there. That means the performance delivers on the promise of Wraith’s styling, thanks to a 6.6 litre twin-turbo V12 engine married to 8-speed automatic ZF transmission. The 624 bhp and 799 Nm of torque are capable to push the big 2.4 tones Rolls from 0 to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds, or 4,6 seconds to 100 km/h.