2011 BMW 5 Series sedan gets a modified look by Wald International


Japanese tuning firm Wald International is already preparing its latest creation for the 2011 BMW 5 Series sedan. This is the first modification attempt by Wald International on the BMW 5-Series sedan. Wald International released a few photos showing the changes on the BMW 5 Series that are in the works, and so far, we like what we see from this perspective.

The new kit will be called the Sports Line Black Bison Edition for the latest BMW 5 Series sedan, which gets a series of body pieces made of fiberglass-reinforced plastic. The body kit will include a new front bumper with extra air vents and LED daytime lights, along with side skirts, and full-covered rear bumper with an air diffuser. In addition, Wald International will also add its signature dual-exhaust tail pipe and new set of alloy wheels to complete the look.

More likely that Wald International will offer a tuned sports suspension kit and a variety of interior parts such as a sport steering wheel and carbon-fiber trim, just like it did on its previous Black Bison projects.

No pricing is set for this modification kit yet for the 2011 BMW 5 Series sedan, but we’ll keep you posted when Wald International releases more details. Lets hope the recent earthquake in Japan doesn’t affect the production.