Japanese tuning maestros return with another impressive package, this time for the Infiniti sedan.
Wald International goes against the tuning grain in Japan with their conservative 'ricing' projects. As most tuner cars here are well overdone, the vehicles turned over by Wald are subtle and distinctive and their latest creation, the Black Bison Infiniti G37, is no different. Black Bison packages have been seen on the Mercedes-Benz CLS and S63 AMG, Bentley Continental GT, Maserati Quattroporte and Jaguar XJ X350, and they never fail to impress.
With the Infiniti G37, Wald has done another great job, adding a complete aerodynamic kit including carbon-fiber side skirts, a black paint job (naturally), blackened out grilles and logos, an ultra-subtle dual-edged rear spoiler, and a quad exhaust system. A new sport suspension kit lowers the car and a choice of wheels is available, from five- to multi-spoke alloys in a choice of shades and sizes maxing out at 20-inches. Interior modifications, pricing and availability aren't yet known but it's likely to remain exclusive to the Japanese market.