Wald International is aggressive and reserved and ensures the perfect look of the legendary G-Class from Mercedes.
The Mercedes G-Class has made a name for itself one of the toughest all-terrain vehicles on the mapet. But with modest rolling stock and a lower ride height, it just doesn’t look like it. And although most G-Class owners will never take their rides off the sidewalk, we have a feeling the correct posture and set of wheels and tires Does this rough Mercedes do it justice? And that is what Wald International has achieved with its evil G-Class Sports Line Black Bison Edition. The brand new G-Class was named one of the best Mercedes cars of the last decade.
The Japanese tuning company was busy showing off their great creation Instagram lately, and who can blame them? This raised matt black G-Class is certainly an eye-catcher, if nothing else. The off-road look is pretty hot these days, and Wald’s Mercedes definitely manages it thanks to a suspension lift. And to fill that newfound space, they added a set of huge 24-inch wheels wrapped in seriously gnarled rubber.
Wald could certainly have stopped there and had a pretty great machine. But they decided to go one step further and also give this Mercedes G-Class a full body kit. The new parts were developed in-house and consist of a new bumper, a new bonnet and massive fender flares that cover the rubber. This last part is important because not everyone is a fan of the “balanced” look. It is also illegal for tires to protrude beyond your body in many places. Mercedes blog.
If you throw a six exhaust backwards, you have a pretty aggressive ride. And one that goes with Mercedes’ legendary off-roader. We’re even fans of the muted wheel design, which is a refreshing alternative to the insanely flashy-looking Ferris wheels that most vehicles carry. But the G-Class is an off-roader made by a sophisticated person, not a bold horror that looks you in the face.