Wald Black Bison Edition Rolls-Royce Dawn spotted at 2017 Tokyo Auto Salon

Article by Christian A., on January 20, 2017

Rolls-Royce unveiled the latest member of the their family, the Dawn. Having also been called the “best luxury car” for 2017’s UK Car of the Year awards, the Dawn is arguably the sexiest Rolls-Royce we’ve seen in years.

We know for a fact that each Rolls-Royce vehicle is carefully hand crafted in Goodwood House in West Sussex, England. In spite of this, the Dawn is also customizable since Rolls-Royce wants to satisfy their customers above anything else.

And so far, Wald International tuning firm has showcased the most exciting idea of customization that goes beyond what other tuning companies have ever dictated for a Rolls Royce Dawn. Take for example the Wald Black Bison Edition that was on display at the recently held 2017 Tokyo Auto Salon. Since it is their philosophy to work in harmony with the vehicle’s original concept of design, Wald keeps it simple and elegant with Rolls Royce’s most affordable convertible.

What they put on display at Forgiato’s auto exhibit booth has virtually the same parts that you can avail for the Rolls-Royce Wraith coupe. However, you would also see a slight difference here and there since the convertible has a more aggressive front bumper that includes a lip spoiler and LEDs. Still, the Wraith Black Bison Edition and the Dawn share similarly designed exhaust tips, rear apron and side skirts.

The Rolls Royce Dawn is using Wald’s 22-inch Illima forged alloy wheels with red accent and low profile tires to match. For its engine, Both Dawn and Wraith have the same 624 hp 6.6-litre V12 twin turbo units. That means that this particular Rolls Royce Dawn convertible also impresses with being able to accelerate from a standstill to 100 kilometers per hour in under 4.4 seconds and it boasts the same top speed of 250 km/h just like its coupe version.

Ever since the Dawn was introduced in March 2016, it has already earned many recognitions from reputable names both in the automotive world and in the luxury industry. The award giving bodies include The German Design Council, Walpole, Top Gear, The Telegraph and Robb Report.

Meanwhile, the Tokyo Auto Salon 2017 is the largest show for custom cars held in Japan. Only last January 13 to 15, Nippon Auto Parts Aftermarket Committee (or NAPAC) once again organized the much awaited yearly event. For those who missed the car show and want to see the Dawn up close, Wald International has created a media gallery for its very own Rolls Royce Dawn with Black Bison Edition styling kit. Enjoy!

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