Wald International is teasing us this time with their new Black Bison kit for the Porsche Cayenne. These unique Black Bison Edition cars have been a big hit for the tuning firm and we are always anxious to see what’s been released when a Wald email pops up in our inbox. What we have here is the sculpting process of making the body kit, which will then be transferred to the molding phase to be put into productions. From we can see, a new aggressive front bumper with LED daytime running lights is the current focus, while wider wheel arches, side skirts, vents for the hood and spoilers will be installed as well.
Here is the all new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray that has received a nice tuning package from the guys at Hennessey Performance. Even though the brand new sports car offers a powerful V8 putting down 455 horsepower and sprinting from 0 to 60 mph in less than 4 seconds, tuners always want more. Pairing up one of the most famous American sports cars with one of the top American tuning firms, you are sure to have a winner. Hennessey has given the Corvette C7 owners several options, five different packages to be exact, fitting the tastes of all car lovers worldwide.
Here we have an over the top aero kit from Abflug for the Mercedes SL roadster, set to debut at the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon in January. It is said to fit all models from 2001-2011 and they are calling it the R230 Platinum. It features wide body styling with new front and rear fenders, side skirts, front and rear bumpers, diffuser, boot lid spoiler and large air vents all over the package.
World renowned tuner Vorsteiner has released some images of the all new Renazzo-V concept for the Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera. It features a new front bumper, side skirts, diffuser and rear wing to give it an even more aggressive appearance. With most of the parts being made of carbon fiber, customers will received a strong and durable aerodynamic kit to transforms their supercar from the rest.
While they are calling this a concept, it’s actually a teaser of the McLaren P1 that is set to debut on show floors by the end of 2013. McLaren has stated a simple goal for the new P1, “to be the best driver’s car in the world on road and track”. While that may be a little far fetched with all the competition these days, it surely may take the crown for some of the best styling we’ve ever seen. This design comes from the works of Chief Design Engineer Dan Parry-Williams and Design Director Frank Stephenson.