Wald International has a very specific way of tuning vehicles, with most of their projects that benefit from the aftermarket treatment looking like high performance versions of the regular cars with a special touch.
It all starts with the front end, which gets a large grille with vertical slats, inspired by the one used almost by all high-end AMGs these days. Look further down and you will see the redone bumper with new lip and a set of LED daytime running lights that match the OEMs. The side skirts are also new, and the rear bumper carries a different design with an aggressive diffuser, double tailpipes on each side and an additional brake light mounted in the middle.
To mimic the presence of this C-Class, you’ll have to fit lowering springs (or lowering hardware kit for versions equipped with the air suspension) as well as a set of aftermarket wheels. The Japanese tuner went for the I11-C and K11-C sets, with a 8.5×20-inch diameter.
The overall design might not be to everyone’s liking, but it’s still an interesting way of personalizing the C-Class. Wald hasn’t disclosed pricing for any of its parts, so interested parties will have to contact them and find out.