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Wald Mercedes CLS63 AMG Touched by SR Auto

SR Auto Group has taken one of the most popular tuning kits for the Mercedes Benz CLS four-door coupe to the next level.
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The bolt-on kit for the Mercedes Benz CLS called Black Bison from Japanese tuner Wald International was chosen for its strength. The car given by the client to SR Auto is the full-throttle CLS63 AMG, but we have to a agree that even that pails in comparison with this white Mercedes rocketship.

The carbon fiber body kit comprises of new front bumper, front fenders, side skirts, rear bumper, spoiler, and a rear diffuser. These were used in combination with a flat white paintjob with black accents for the grille, front intakes and rear diffuser. Meanwhile the wheels are a set of 20-inch PUR 4OUR rims, finished in gunmetal.

The Japanese tuner famous for its Black Bison customs has taken the coolest four-door coupe around to the next level. The front end certainly looks a lot different, thanks to larger air intakes and a set of vertical LED lights. The angular look of the CLS works well with the body kit.

There’s also a huge trunk lid spoiler that’s also made from carbon fiber. While Wald International doesn't tune the engine, they've played with the exhaust to make it sound spectacular.

With white paint and black accents, the CLS four-door coupe pulls off the Star Wars Stormtrooper look quite well. But these soldiers must be rolling with money after killing a Jedi, because all these custom goodies don't come cheap.

The wheels from PUR are more commonly seen on Lamborghinis and McLarens, so the CLS is being treated like royalty. Orange brakes and large diameter brakes shine from behind the brushed aluminum spokes.

Overall, the tuning project looks fantastic, but we wonder what the original designer of the CLS-Class will think when he sees this.
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About the author: Mihnea Radu
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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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