Wald International’s Newest Black Bison: Porsche Panamera

Nothing to see here, just another Black Bison in Japan.

Japanese tuning firm Wald International has just released the first pictures of their latest Black Bison project just as it appeared on the Tokyo Auto Salon floor. The new Black Bison in question? A 2012 Porsche Panamera. The bigger-bodied Porsche features a body kit and a new exhaust along with a few styling tweaks for a blacked-out, aggressive-looking ride. The extensive tuning job began with an aerodynamic body kit.

Made out of lightweight carbon fiber, the kit includes front fender mesh vents, new front bumper with air vents, deck-lid spoiler, new rear bumper with integrated diffuser and rear wheel arch extensions. For extra class and styling, the Porsche Panamera Black Bison sits on a set of big alloy wheels finished in black with bronze-colored rims.

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The German sedan also features a sports suspension for lower ride profile and a Wald exhaust system. The Wald International Porsche Panamera Black Bison is currently on display at the 2012 Tokyo Auto Salon.

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