Black Bison is the Name Given to Lexus NX by Wald International
We know Wald International for its famous Black Bison tunings, which are not only captivated but also covered in mystery. The reason for this is that the company is based in Japan and rarely releases any information in English or other more commonly known language. This of course isn't a problem since the invention of the online translators, but it still keeps most of the details in secret because we usually get lost in the translation.
Going further into details, the new release of the company involves a Lexus NX model and a Black Bison kit. The car looks stunning and maybe the reason for this is the minimal approach in the design. Precisely, the kit works together with the factory lines and this is what really makes me keen on it.
At the front Wald added a new front lip and 15mm over fenders for the face. The rear stands out with new rear gate spoiler and rear skirt with LED brake lights. There is also an arrow head panel for the rear door as well as various alloy wheels options.
Engine remains intact (unfortunately) and this means that the NX will be powered by one of the two standard powerplants: the turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder which produces 235 hp (173kW) and 350 Nm (258 lb-ft) of torque, or the hybrid 2.5-liter unit with 195 hp (143 kW). How would you rate this tuning from one to ten?
Source: Wald International