Widebody BMW Z4 "Hardtop" Looks Like a German Supra, Has Floating Rear Wing

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You might look at this 2019/2020 BMW Z4 and wonder why somebody would go through the trouble of adding so many custom bits and pieces to the machine, while denying its roadster condition in the process. Well, I can tell you that the train of thought coming from the aficionado behind this work was completely different.
For one thing, there was a clear aim with this virtual build, namely to get as close to the look of the Mk V Supra as possible. And that's because we're looking at a project that was put together in Need For Speed: Heat. You know, the latest installment of the franchise, which landed earlier this month.

First of all, while the arcade game allows you to play with the police using some 13 BMW models, there's no Toyota on the list, not even the brand spanking new Supra. So it's only natural for fans of the franchise to try and bring the image of the Japanese sportscar into the game.

Secondly, since the NFS title offers tons of tuning possibilities, coming up with this ride wasn't all that difficult. Then again, one can achieve so much more when using the built-in customization work in NFS: Heat. And a brilliant example of this comes from the same aficionado behind this Bimmer.

We're talking about Jon Pumfrey, an YouTuber from Down Under, which has north of 270,000 subscribers. And the gear head has decided to stitch together cars he modded in the game, which is how we ended up with a mashup involving the Ferrari F40 and the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder. So there you have it, folks, a life hack for those who want to create showstopping car renderings the easier way (you'll still have to bring the two together at the end in Photoshop or perhaps using a simpler piece of software)...

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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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