So far, Bentley has been keeping busy with their upcoming Continental GT, but sometime after the grand touring luxury coupe gets released, we would bet that the British manufacturer will move on to the next generation of the Continental Flying Spur. Can’t wait until then to see a refreshed Bentley? Don’t worry, Japanese tuner, Wald International, has been thinking of the folks that want to see their current Flying Spur in a new light and have come out with the Black Bison package. The new package includes a wide body kit, new wheels, and a new exhaust system.

This isn’t a new package by any means considering Wald International has dressed up different Mercedes, Toyota, Nissan, and other Bentley models in the same Black Bison appearance, but it works so they take advantage of that. That being said, like all of the Black Bison models, the Flying Spur will get a new front bumper with bigger vents, LED running lights, rear bumpers, sportier fender ducts, refreshed sidesteps, two new rear spoilers (one on the decklid and one above the glass), and 22-inch matte Renovatio wheels. Then, of course, there’s the obvious black exterior, the intense use of carbon fiber, and a new quad pipe exhaust system. What car would be complete without that, right?

Like all of the Black Bison packages, the tuner has stuck to improving the car on the outside and has left the engine without a single modification. Engine upgrades are our favorite kind of modification, but the package in itself is impressive nonetheless so we have to cut Wald some slack for it.

Prices for this package have yet to be announced.


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  (442) posted on 11.19.2010

take away the roof spoiler, visors, and fenders... and put on a different set of wheels.

  (677) posted on 09.20.2010

I thought it is is a 2 – door car when I fist saw it, well then, it’s a 4 – door car actually.

  (1211) posted on 09.19.2010

It looks completely new rich. That’s not what the Arnage line is about. If this was the new Arnage it would be the end of Bentley historical image.

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