2010 Rolls Royce Phantom Sports Line Black Bison Edition: A Wald International creation

by Alex

Some cars require no further tweaking both externally or internally or even for their engine to make them any better. Their inherent quality is class enough when they roll out of the factory lines. Rolls Royce Phantom can surely be placed in this category of vehicles. Yet there are tuners who would not stop and doing their bit on the likes of the Rolls Royce Phantom as well as few other of the same category like the Bentley Continental Flying Spur and the Mercedes E-Class.

Few images of the re-worked Rolls Royce Phantom SPORTS LINE Black Bison Edition have been released by the tuning company. This car would be debuting at the 2011 Tokyo Auto Salon event. The reworked car as is evident in the photograph, has redesigned front bumpers, new headlamps with LED lights, and new side skirts. There would for sure be modification carried out to the rear of the car as well like new exhaust and spoilers in all probability. There would be new wheels also in the package as can be expected.

Modification to the engine is not expected and nor is any to the interior of the car. But then there could always be some surprises that the tuning company springs upon us at a later stage.

Source: topspeed

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