When Porsche launched the Panamera sedan in 2009, many were quick to deride the styling for being too conservative. Never missing an opportunity to improve on factory designs, the aftermarket artists at Wald developed a comprehensive wide body conversion. It transforms the car into what it should have been from the beginning, a true widebody. A Wald Black Bison Panamera is the end result of countless hours spent by their engineers to integrate new body panels with Porsche’s safety & stability systems.
Although the Bison might be off the endangered species list, it is rare to see one in public. The primary factor in their scarcity is the time it takes for the build. Giving up your daily driver for two weeks is out of the question for most, but the ends justify the means. You will never see another one like this because the owner chose a Panamera Turbo as the basis for the build. Wald used a V6 Panamera for their molds, so adapting it to the Turbo required the skills of our in-house team at Boulevard Customs. Their teams spent several late nights in the body shop to ensure the quality of the build, and work of this caliber is not inexpensive.
Under the hood, a twin-turbo V8 sends 500 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque to all wheels. The Sport Chrono package unlocks the true potential of the 7 speed dual clutch automatic, with incredibly crisp shifting. Sixty miles-per-hour arrives under 4 seconds, and you will have quarter mile times in the low 12 second range. Ordered with every option the window sticker was over $155,000. On top of the purchase price over $30,000 was invested in the customization. With only 22,000 miles it has no visible signs of wear, and it is being offered at a bargain price of $92,000 or best offer.