Well, here’s one way to draw attention away from the BMW M4’s hit-or-miss grille design: Just plop an equally massive camper on its rear. Problem solved.
Instagram user and visual artist bradbuilds has done exactly this, and the result is quite something to take in. Outside of the obvious, other alterations made to the M4’s real-life appearance include chunky go-anywhere tires, a more rugged grille with thick crossbars, and a raised ride height.
While we don’t get a full look at the camper planted out back, the vehicle’s creator says this ride is prepared to take on whatever’s thrown at it. Powering amenities are a pair of solar panels on the roof, and it comes equipped with a kitchenette and a bed. Neat, but we have to say we think all this with a person inside will probably be a pretty tight fit.
“Sporting a bed, kitchenette, and a pair of solar panels, this M4 is ready for anything! Truthfully, it’d probably get better gas mileage than most camper vans,” bradbuilds shares on Instagram.
“Figured with all the widebody variations of this car already out, something different would be nice,” he added.
Well, different is one way to put it. If you want to see even more ‘different,’ you can drop by bradbuilds' official Instagram account where he shows off the rest of his work—everything from nail-bitingly low classics to widebody versions of your favorite supercars. It’s all very impressive stuff.
So, what say you? Is this something you’d like to practice social distancing in? Let us know in the comments.