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Wald International's jewels for the Land Cruiser

Wald International's jewels for the Land Cruiser  
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News, Land Rover
on 06/14/2009



There latest creation for the Land Cruiser is a company first. In the last 15 years, going after almost every European car company, Japanese company Wald International have entertained us with some interesting body kits, and this one will turn eyeballs as well.


The Wald 200 Land Cruiser Sports Line Black Bison Edition is the 8th vehicle in the Sports Line Black Bison lineup.

Although the Wald Land Cruiser edition was initially purpose-built for the Russian and Eastern European markets, positive feedback from the balance of Europe, Australia, and the Middle East prompted Toyota to introduce it those places.

The engineers at Wald have managed to style the Land Cruiser in both a robust and majestic way. The new front bumper with integrated fog lamps sticks matched by the new sidesills is bold. The rear bumper houses the same mesh as seen at the front, while also throwing in new reflectors and space for the quad-exhaust gives the rear a facelift. Blacked-out Mahora M11C 20-inch wheels do the job of matching the paint finish, the five-point chrome-look wheels is another option you might want to take a look at.

To top it all off, there is the rear spoiler which in our view looks a little out of place, if I may put it. Overall its a remarkable package that isn't too much or too little.

Source: WCF



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