Wald International Black Bison

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Apart from the fact that the Rolls-Royce Phantom looks good in black, everything about this seems wrong. For their latest offering from the Sports Line, Wald International made the highly illogical choice of modifying the long-wheelbase Rolls-Royce Phantom, one of the last cars which come to mind when you hear the word "sports". Even more illogical is the fact that none of the modifications have made the car any faster.

The 24-inch Renovatio wheels actually don't look bad with the black paint, but the redesigned front fascia with integrated LEDs and the trunk spoiler just look completely out of place on a car that is meant to be driven by a chauffeur. There are also new side skirts and a new rear bumper, which aren't quite offensive, but are pretty unnecessary. The price hasn't been announced, but unless it's somehow less than the cost of the standard Phantom, it probably wouldn't be worth it.

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