Is The The Most Bizarre Rolls-Royce Wraith You've Ever Seen?

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This is a "love it or hate it" sort of thing.

It might be time for Japanese tuning house Wald International to stop putting its hands on Rolls-Royce cars for a while. Three years ago, Wald International worked on a Rolls-Royce Ghost, giving it some "bling," in our words. The polarizing thing about Wald modifications is that they seldom include performance upgrades. Instead, this tuning house often takes what many regard as standard-bearers of automotive aesthetic perfection and tweak too much with it. Others see Wald's cars as exotic head-turners.

It's hard to imagine that someone would ever want to spend extra to make a Wraith or Ghost look like this, but to each their own. Taking a car that is already made with world-renown build quality and making aesthetic alterations from there is risky business. Wald International's newest "tuned" Wraith project gives the car a different front fascia, a new bumper, a new diffuser, modded exhaust tips, and 22" Illima wheels. This unique car is called the "Rolls-Royce Wraith Sports Line Black Bison Edition," which bears similar nomenclature to the 2012 "Rolls-Royce Ghost Black Bison Edition." The tuning house has also been responsible for some creative and appealing aesthetic mods to high-end cars before.

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