Wald International Messes With Toyota Prado And Harrier

If you subtle doesn’t belong to your vocabulary, there’s no better place to head than Wald International, a Japanese tuning company.

The brand has experience working with a multitude of cars, ranging from exotics to everyday hatchbacks, and generally outfits them with over-the-top bodykits and aftermarket wheels. Most recently, the brand launched its Sports Line bodykit for the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado and Toyota Harrier. Much to our surprise, one of them doesn’t look half bad.

Starting with the Prado, it is the more unfortunate looking of the two. Wald has outfitted the massive SUV with a chrome grille and a bespoke front bumper that looks out of place on a vehicle like this.

Elsewhere, the Toyota has been outfitted with side-exiting exhaust pipes, black and chrome wheels, flared wheel arches, a small roof spoiler, and a rear bumper with four faux exhaust outlets. All in all, pretty horrendous.

As for the Sports Line package for the Toyota Harrier, it looks rather nice. Key modifications include a much more purposeful front fascia with a prominent splitter, extended side skirts, and black wheels. Viewed from the rear, a new bumper is visible, as is a Formula 1-inspired rain light.

Do you like either of these two Toyotas? Or do you think they both look terrible?

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  • Brabusbus

    Much better than Lexus GX.

    • Сафиуллина-Мохамед Рамазанов

      Agree

    • Bash

      True

  • Obsequious Lickspittle

    ooofff!

  • Brian Brown

    What’s that on the left front fender…..looks like another mirror?

    • MonkeyRider

      Rear view mirror. Japanese regulation.

  • Why are we surprised? The LC looks constrained compared to other Wald catalogues.

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