If Anything, You Can’t Miss Wald International’s BMW 7-Series Black Bison

The BMW 7-Series normally oozes sophisticated style, but if you’re looking for something different, Japanese tuner Wald International can certainly deliver.

The company has just unveiled its ‘Black Bison Edition’ of the latest-generation 7-Series and while Wald seems rather proud of its creation, we think other people might feel different about it.

At the front, the luxury sedan has been outfitted with a bespoke bumper that includes small faux air intakes, vertical daytime running lights, and a subtle chin spoiler. As for the sides, they feature five-spoke white wheels and bespoke skirts.

Completing the transformation is a new rear bumper with an over-the-top diffuser and quad tailpipes. Oh, and the car also sits closer to the road.


  • Miknik

    It seems that ugly is the new must have for premium brand tuners. And a white black bison. Really?

    • europeon

      It might be ugly, but it’s consistent with all they’ve done so far for the past 20 years, and “black bison” is the name they put on all their cars. They even take pride in doing things this way.

  • roy

    Hey it is nice as a matter of fact… I mean look how beautifully they have enhanced the 7 series’ ugliness

  • NOPE.

  • smartacus

    Somehow i doubt any Royalty will be caught dead in this.
    Maybe if M.Bison and Balrog had a love child together,
    it would drive this contraption to the clubs in JYC, yo.

    • LWOAP

      Why did you have to put that image in my head?

  • T2X

    Normaly I like Wald, but this Bodykit and the Rims are really ugly! No No No!

  • Tom

    Seriously? just the wheels?

  • Just what you wanted for Christmas.

  • Lesson 101 on how to ruin a beautiful car.

    • Hershey


  • Hershey

    Hell NO!!!!!

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