Born in the military industry to hide buildings, vehicles and personnel, camouflage patterns have since been used in different fields.
Carmakers use them to keep the design of new products a secret until the very last moment, whereas tuners tend to bring it to the opposite spectrum, making sure that everyone notices their creations.
In this case, the car is a BMW M4 Coupe, which sports a grey finish, on top of which camo patterns in black and bright yellow have been added. The ride definitely stands out, which may or may not be a good thing, depending on how flashy you like your car to be.
It may not be visible at first, but this M4 Coupe has a set of aftermarket wheels, too. Signed by Strasse, they’re 9×20-inch front and 10.5×20-inch rear in size, have a satin black center finish, gloss brushed titanium lip finish and gloss black barrel finish.
This M4’s engine is totally stock, so the twin-turbo 3.0-liter engine produces 431 PS (425 hp / 317 kW) and 550 Nm (406 lb-ft) of torque. Sure, rivals from Mercedes and Alfa Romeo may have it licked for power, but it’s not that a stock M4 is a slouch, right?