BMW Z4 M gets Focke-Wulf 190 paintjob
While WWII is not something Germans like to remember, fact remains that the European country has a lot to be proud of from that era (at least technology-wise).
Most of the war machines that the Nazi Germany produced were far superior to the Ally’s, and today, German cars are still technologically superior to others.
In light of this, a Russian tuner called RTC decided to take an all-German BMW Z4 M and restyle it drawing inspiration from another all-German machine: the Focke-Wulf 190. The attention to detail is astounding, as you can plainly see from the side to side pictures.
Besides the Focke-Wulf paintjob, RTC also bestowed on the BMW Z4 M new Brembo brakes, Lambo doors and a brand new sound system. It is not much of tune, I’d say, but it does something many German tuners are too afraid to try: it celebrates the great machines build during the second world war.