Wald Nissan GTR

Wald Nissan GTR




Wald Nissan GTR

Wald Nissan GTR




Wald Nissan GTR

Wald Nissan GTR





Wald Nissan GTR

Wald Nissan GTR




Wald Nissan GTR

Wald Nissan GTR




Wald Nissan GTR

Wald Nissan GTR




Wald Nissan GTR

Wald International has never been one to offer subtle styling. Whether it's the Lexus IS-F or the Mercedes-Benz CL, the Japanese tuner loves to create a bold look with vents, wings and wheels. The tuner recently turned its attention to the Nissan GT-R, and while we don't have official information on the car, the photos offer a good look at what the package will include. A vented front fascia and splitter, side skirts, rear fender flares, a rear diffuser, carbon fiber rear spoiler and 22-inch wheels all lend to the more aggressive look. We actually like the majority of the body kit, although we'd prefer the rear fender flares to be the same color as the body, and the larger wheels probably don't do much for the performance of the car. In the end, though, we'd probably spend our hard earned money on some of the Club Sport components from NISMO.



Wald Nissan GTR

With legions of tuning shops in a furious race to leave no Nissan GT-R unmodified, the latest kit unveiled by Wald is a salvo against obnoxiousness. The fellows behind the Nissan GT-R GT500 have fired up the autoclaves and delivered body parts that accentuate the bumps and curves of the standard GT-R, rather than the ego of the driver. Available are fender flares, side skirts, a front fascia, rear fascia with built-in diffuser, rear wing add-on and chin spoiler. We expect forum fanboys to call it boring, but we think it looks pretty tasteful



Wald Nissan GTR

In the Japanese instruction manual for the GT-R, Nissan actually specifies that customers should not try to ‘improve’ their cars with bodykits or oversized spoilers. However in this case we will make an exception, with Japanese styling company WALD International having today released its first preliminary renderings of its own take on the GT-R. Still in the concept stage, the WALD Sportsline GT-R certainly shows promise in conveying the Nissan’s ruthless performance - if not a little over the top. Despite being located in Japan, the company mainly focuses on styling European models - particularly Mercedes-Benz and BMW.







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