Wald International is a Japanese tuner that’s as weird at being Japanese as the Japanese are… in general.
The don’t create kitschy stuff. They don’t make drifting conversions and they certainly don’t make cars with rock hard suspension.
Instead, they tend to create a Black Bison package that made Wald International famous. Here it is applied to the BMW 7 Series.
The BMW 7 Series, isn’t the sort of car that wears modifications too well but since Wald International have managed to make the Bentley Flying Spur look good, the same applies here.
Fine details round the front bumper, the new side skirts and the reformed rear bumper properly highlight the newly fitted wheels.
Those are 22 inch Wald Renovatio R13 alloy wheels we’re looking at and the very limited amount of tire tread and an even smaller amount of suspension travel, comfort is said not to be compromised.
The ground clearance isn’t very cheerful for those of us not living in Spain but the shock absorbers are advertised as magical and able to get round these problems.
That seems awfully interesting. What isn’t so interesting is the couple of wings, there’s one fitted to the boot lid and one on the roof.
The same goes for the quad exhaust pipes. Wald International and the BMW 7 Series don’t really meet well there.
I’m not very chuffed at the idea of LED daytime running lights at the front and, weirdly, the same fixtures can be found on the rear bumper.