Wald International Introduces Lexus LX570 Black Bison Edition

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The things tuners do for love... Japanese aftermarket developer Wald International went as far as importing a Lexus LX570 just to have the vehicle in its portfolio. You see, the SUV is an US vehicle that is not offered on the Japanese market, but it seems that the tuning company just had to get its hands on the car.

Tuning enthusiasts have probably guessed by now that the big L has received the Black Bison treatment. So, let us see what this means if we translate it into English. The LX570 has been fitted with a complete body kit, which consists of a new front bumper that uses generous front air intakes, LED daytime running lights and side air intakes, extended side sills that have been joined by a set of door steps, as well as rear apron that uses a complex design. The rear bumper incorporates a diffuser and quad exhaust pipes.

Of course, such a development couldn’t have been introduced without a set of generously-sized custom rims. Thus, we are inviting you to meet the 24-inch Mahora M13 wheels, which use a a five-spoke design and are wrapped in high-performance tires. In addition to that, Wald International has lowered the suspension.

What can we say? we’re pretty sure that calling the target audience for this project a niche would be a major understatement. You can be sure that we’re not fans of this tuning pathway that comes to ditch an SUV’s off-road capabilities...
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