Bentley Continental GT Black Bison by Wald International

Eleven years after its release, the Bentley Continental GT now has undergone a dramatic transformation due to the Wald International`s tuning project. The Japanese aftermarket company has developed a special kit for the British supercar and named the conversion Bentley Continental GT Sports Line Black Bison.

front view Bentley Continental GT Black Bison by Wald International

Image credits: Wald International

The first thing we see is the bolder and more aggressive design. There are few styling elements that highlight the new appearance of the Continental GT. For example front grille is finished in black tone which is contrasting the white exterior. Among the new styling features are the newly designed aerodynamic components such as air intakes and splitter. The vertically installed LED daytime running lights not only improve visibility, but change the appearance of the front fascia.

The Bentley Continental GT Sports Line Black Bison by Wald International looks lower compared to the original model due to the newly added side skirts that create better airflow. The Japanese tuner used chrome details on the skirts for an impressive custom look.

The rear part features a carbon-fiber spoiler on the trunk lid, a bumper with air venting, diffuser and quad tailpipes. These design improvement creates more dynamic look of the car and complements the original version.

Obviously, this conversion has been installed by excellent technicians. Wald International is known for the perfection of tuning packs. Attention to detail is the hallmark of their tuning projects. Company`s aerodynamic parts are designed to improve the look and performance of the cars.

Bentley Continental GT Black Bison by Wald International

Image credits: Wald International

The Bentley Continental GT was first presented in 2003. The sports coupe was the fastest in its range. The combination of high performance and hand-made interior were among the main highlights of the model. The British manufacturer used advanced technologies in the creation of this member of Grand Touring lineup. The vehicle was originally fitted with a 6-litre, twin-turbocharged W 12 engine. Since its launch in 2003, more than 30,000 units have been sold.

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