The Lexus LS600h already costs a "how much is a luxury hybrid Toyota worth?" $100,000. Certainly not an ugly car, it's hardly the poster child for style when compared to, well, lots of cars. Even in its own luxury class, competitors such as the BMW 7 Series, Mercedes-Benz S Class, and the Audi A8 make the Lexus look especially bland. Wald International is out to change this with their "Sports Line Black Bison" package.
The tuner is saying that although it's not quite as luxurious as their package for the Rolls Royce Phantom Extended Wheelbase, the package for the LS600 and 600h is meant to be both "beautiful and imposing." The package consists of a new front bumper spoiler and side steps, sport fender ducts, LED daytime running lights, a new rear bumper spoiler, a trunk spoiler, a new exhaust system, and a new set of black rims that's meant to enhance the "stealthy black exterior paint finish." Wald International, not exactly a hybrid tuning specialist, made no changes to the 5.0-liter V8 and 165 kW electric motor.
No price was announced for the package, but when already spending some major smack on something such as a Lexus LS600h, money won't be an object. Still, nobody but yourself will care that your Lexus is a hybrid.