G55 AMG Black Bison by Office-K

Tuning

The Tokyo-based tuner is back with a project for the Mercedes-Benz G55 AMG.

The near-legendary Black Bison body kit has been making the tuning world headlines this week, and Office-K's use of Wald International's kit on the G55 AMG, combined with goodies from Mansory and Forgiato Wheels, is arguably the standout aftermarket package of the lot. The Japanese tuner used its compatriot's Black Bison kit, which consists of a front and rear bumper, headlight cover, rear door panel, fender extentions and carbon-fiber hood, adding even more aggression to the already menacing high-performance G-Wagen.

Completing the exterior transformation is a set of 24-inch Forgiato Enzo concave alloys, a Miracle Square six-tip exhaust and a HID and LED custom kit. The aftermarket package is rounded off by a Mansory carbon-fiber interior, made up of an interior panel, steering wheel and gearshift knob.

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