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Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe Gets Wald Body Kit and PUR Wheels in Canada

Have you bought the S63 Coupe but are still looking to add some curb appeal? Do you feel like the car doesn't attract as much attention as your buddy's Lamborghini? Well, you can either develop a personality, humor, and some moral values or tune the Merc.
Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe Gets Wald Body Kit and PUR Wheels in Canada 10 photos
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We'd go for the latter, particularly when Japanese tuner Wald International makes the S63 look like it's going 200 mph while standing still. Personalities are overrated anyway!

Looking good never happens by accident at Wald. Their Black Bison kits are painstakingly created using the same clay modeling techniques manufacturers utilized in the first place. Even though it looks simple, the kit requires a lot of cutting, sanding, and paint to install. Fitting one of these to the already expensive S-Class shows the owner is fully committed to the car. But on the whole, the look is fairly restrained, especially when compared to something like a Liberty Walk widebody car.

Much like a Mercedes-Benz coupe, the Back Bison kit also has some distinct features. For example, almost all their products come with vertical LED elements flanking the lower air intakes.

Most of the parts in this kit look like add-ons, as you'll see with this Canadian beauty. The front end has a new lower section with different openings and grille elements. Bigger side sills have also been added to the car, together with a rear bumper lower insert.

This is perhaps our least favorite view of an otherwise perfect car. Those exhaust pipes look like an afterthought or something the S63 stole from a Lexus. Even though it's another one of those Black Bison trademarks, they should have made an exception with this car.

Like any SR Auto Group project, this one would not be complete without the lowering suspension module and a set of custom wheels. In this case, the owner opted for the PUR LX15.V3 with a glossy silver face and a black stepped lip.

 
 
 
 
 

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