Sometimes it takes the eye of a Japanese designer to turn a high end European luxury sedan into a memorable over the top tuner car, and that is exactly what Wald International did when they expanded their Black Bison line to include the all new Mercedes Benz E-Class. Like most of their Black Bison Edition creations, this modified Mercedes is a black on black work of automotive art and features bolder body lines and more slats than a super car can shake a stick at, giving the 2010 E-Class a very aggressive look.
The entire package is made up of a new front bumper with a protruding lower lip, four large projector style driving lights and vents on either side. The front fenders stick out wider than the factory pieces and add more air extracting cutouts to the new E with a set of vents that run almost the entire vertical length of fender. Tying the front of the car the rear are a pair of bold side skirts, that lead to a new rear apron complete with integrated diffuser and cutouts for the sport tuned quad tipped exhaust. Finishing off the Black Bison body kit are a pair of spoilers, one mounted at the trailing edge of the roof and the other on the deck lid. Rounding out Wald’s take on the new E-Class are a set of their signature MAHORA rims mounted at all four corners.