Rolls-Royce Dawn with Black Bison Kit by Wald International Is the Real Deal

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If you remember the 2017 Tokyo Auto Salon a couple of months ago, you should also remember the wide range of high-end and luxurious models like the Rolls-Royce Dawn being presented with exquisite tuning programs from well-known aftermarket shops.

Put for an official display was also the outstanding Wald`s Rolls-Royce Dawn with the tuner`s famous Black Bison exterior package, which is in my humble opinion, one of the best packages that can be presently offered on different hot models.

Quite a similar project, if not the same, the exception is the new set of wheels – which are now more aggressive and standout – has recently popped-up online, highlighting the gorgeous Dawn with the same Black Bison styling package.

And even if words cannot describe how the car looks, we will try highlight some of its features. We are looking here with new front headlights and front fascia, way too different than those found on the standard Dawn, adding as well fresh LED daytime running lights and a new colour scheme.

Also, the front fascia comes with bespoke air intakes, while the side skirts, front fender vents and side coach lines are also slightly revised for a more aggressive look. The rear end resembles the one from the Wraith, with bespoke diffuser and exhaust system. The overall Black Bison styling package is complemented with the new 22-inch Wald Duchatlet D41C alloy wheels, which make the model a real monster.

Under the hood, this particular Rolls-Royce Dawn shares the same engine with the Wraith, meaning the 6.6-liter twin-turbocharged V12 unit, developing an impressive 624 horsepower. This allows a sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.4 seconds, at a topping of 250 km/h.

The aftermarket specialists from Wald International tuning company have also released an impressive media gallery with their latest project. Enjoy and don’t forget to share your opinions with us!


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