Wald Makes A Black Bison Out Of The BMW 6-Series Gran Coupe

The BMW 6-Series Coupe has recently stepped down from being a Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe fighter, having been replaced by the all-new 8-Series Coupe.

However, BMW intends on replacing the Gran Coupe too, in order to compete against the likes of the new Mercedes-Benz CLS and AMG 4-Door, in the M8 flavor.

In the meantime, Wald International took a shot at tuning it. The visual upgrades fit all F06 models, in the 640i and 650i flavors, from 2011 to the present day. And, surprisingly, they’re not that flashy, despite bringing new front and rear bumpers, side skirts, trunk spoiler and front canards, all of them offered in FRP as standard.

Also Read: Does Wald’s Black Bison Kit Work On The BMW 7-Series?

Wald also added a new sports exhaust system, complete with new tips, while owners of the 6-Series Gran Coupe can order one of the two differently styled wheels. Called I11C or J11C, both of them are 9×22-inch front and 10.5×22-inch rear in size.

Before calling it a day, the Japanese tuner added one last thing to the executive four-door coupe: the ‘Wald’ logo on the left side of the boot lid, and the ever present ‘Black Bison’ badge on the right side.

As for potential power upgrades, clients will have to turn their heads towards other tuners, as Wald doesn’t have any in store.

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  • Zandit75

    Now, that is what I call gorgeous!

  • Christian

    this car is like older than my “Grandma!

    • Stephen G

      Which is older this car or the car you drive that you got from your grandma?

      • Christian

        What did you say about my mama!!!!!

  • Wandering_Spirit

    Despite me hating sedans posing as coupes, especially the Mercedes Benz ones and the Porsches, i must say this specific one from BMW seems to have something right. It’s even more personal than the other anonymous models they have launched of late.

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