BMW Z4 M tuned to resemble a Focke-Wulfe 190
It is quite known that both Americans and Brits are quite proud of the war machines their countries produced during the Second World War.
This is apparent in the many tunes and custom projects that draw heavily from the likes of Spitfires or Mustangs.
Germany, while producing far superior machines during the same period, are not quite so proud and tend to not remember those days. While this is understandable, seeing this Focke-Wulf inspired BMW Z4 M makes me wish they would try to do projects like this.
While this is an full German BMW Z4 M and it draws inspiration from a full German fighter plane, the tuner that took this project on is actually Russian, and is called RTC. They not only adorned the car with the awesome paintjob, but they also installed Lambo doors, Brembo brakes and a new sound system.