The most obvious difference between this RS6 and a typical one is the matte green wrap. If such a wrap covered the exterior of a Land Rover, we think it could look quite good. However, wrapping a car as luxurious and classy as the RS6 in such a shade cheapens the entire look of the super sedan. This is a personal thing, but for us it’s a no-go.
Nevertheless, the car does feature some modifications we can appreciate, including flared front and rear wheel arches. Black wheels from ADV.1 have also been fitted and stand out thanks to red lettering on the tires. The front grille and air intakes are bathed in black and help to create a utilitarian look.
Thanks to its spacious trunk, the RS6 is already quite a practical car. Evidently eager to ensure occupants can survive for weeks on the road without new supplies, the car has been equipped with a large roof rack that offers ample storage. What’s more, there are also four yellow LED rally-style lights mounted to the roof to let any flesh-eating zombies know that you’re coming.
Like another RS6 project we recently showed you, this car comes from South African tuning company Race! and, while it looks a bit strange on the road, it could very well be the most epic safari vehicle ever.