This is what happens when a wild BMW adapts to its ecosystem


Have you ever seen the Jungle Book? It’s the same with cars.

It is always said that adaptability is absolutely vital in the animal world. Well with cars, it’s the same thing. Take for example a BMW 5 Series of the E60 generation, at random. The comfortable German family sedan was first and foremost designed for use in our cities and on our highways, often driven by people in costume between their homes and their places of work.

But if you drop one of those 5 Series into the wild, this is what happens when it tries to survive it: it pushes a tubular hoop all the way around the body, its wheels get huge and its suspensions. no longer have anything to do with those of a peaceful road.

A monstrous BMW

Seriously, the readiness of this old BMW 530d really impresses. She looks like she literally can climb trees!


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