Florian Rehsnick, a skilled race driver and dedicated car aficionado, has an impressive collection of BMWs in his garage. Among these valued possessions, one automobile stands out: his BMW M5 Competition, a rare jewel built to resemble a police car and packing an amazing 626 horsepower.
The thorough modification Florian did to imitate a police vehicle while following legal restrictions is what distinguishes this M5.
The addition of a blue light system expertly mounted with suction cups replicates the local police. Florian spoke with the police prior to this one-of-a-kind makeover to verify that every change was legal. He selected "Race Management" instead of "Police" on the car and non-reflective silver stripes to be under the legal requirements.
Furthermore, he was urged not to put a blue light system on the roof for usage on public roads, exhibiting a responsible and law-abiding attitude toward his vehicle.
This unique project is a great discussion starter at trade exhibits and tuning meetups, and it reflects Florian's enthusiasm for vehicles.