Tuners made the old Gelendvagen look like the new AMG G63May 22, 2020
Japanese tuner Wald International finalized the previous generation Mercedes-Benz G-Class, giving it a resemblance to the modern model range of the AMG G63 series. The project was called “Black Bison”
The tuning studio Wald International transformed the previous Mercedes-Benz G-Class, resulting in a brutal and stylish SUV in the spirit of the new AMG G63. Tuning kit is suitable for the German SUV generation 2013-2018. With it, the legendary SUV became wider, got a Panamericana grille, got a new front bumper with large air intakes and built-in LED DRLs. The rear bumper was equipped with a more aggressive diffuser, and a LED panel was placed on the Wald’s G-Wagen roof. With her, visibility at night is significantly improved.
The car also gets a roof spoiler. If desired, the SUV can be equipped with a ventilated hood. Another expressive detail is the sports exhaust system with side tailpipes.
The final chord of this modernization was the new wheels with Y-shaped spokes and massive off-road tires.
Whether the interior of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class has changed, as well as its technical filling, unfortunately, is not reported. But the exterior of the tuned SUV on the images that hit the Web appears in all its glory.
Recall that earlier our portal talked about how the old Honda Civic tried to disguise themselves as Mercedes-Benz. The car receives “Mercedes” headlights and taillights, as well as spectacular lambo doors.
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