We’re used to seeing plenty of modified BMWs from the German tuners, but rarely do we see a Japanese customizer give the Teutonic saloons and coupes the aftermarket treatment. Wald International is one such tuner that specializes in the modification of some of Europe’s finest, with kits available for cars like the Bentley Continental GT, Mercedes S-Class and now the BMW M5.

The latest kit consists of a subtle bodykit comprised of new bumpers, side-skirts and unique spoilers front and back. The car also features a number of added carbon-fiber accessories including the air-inlet surrounds and the mounting for the rear diffuser. The final touch is Wald's Portofino forged alloys finished in black.

Inside, the car gets carbon-fiber trim, a sports steering wheel and shift-knob and Wald floor mats.

Via: WCF