Because it's hideous.
Enthusiasts lucky enough to have the means to purchase a Mercedes-AMG GT are most likely interested in the car's performance. Thanks to its 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 that makes 456 hp, the AMG GT can get to 60 mph in 3.9 seconds and provide the average enthusiast with more than enough performance. While we think the AMG GT is a pretty sports car, there are a few individuals out there that think the car needs something extra to stand out. And that's where Wald International comes in.
The Japanese aftermarket company released a Black Bison Edition of the AMG GT and it's a love it or hate it affair. Wald International's updates are confined to the car's exterior and are purely cosmetic, so this kit is for the owner that's looking for something more aggressive. While the engine has gone untouched, the AMG GT definitely looks faster, but we wouldn't necessarily call the body kit pretty. Made of either fiber-reinforced plastic or carbon fiber, the kit features a variety of orange accents and is comprised of a front splitter, side skirts, canards and spoiler. Regardless of what you think about it, there's no denying that this thing stands out from stock AMG GTs.