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Ukrainians customizing a convertible BMW with a machine gun for the police

A BMW 6-Series convertible with a heavy machine gun was presented to the police by a resident of the city of Mykolaiv.

A Twitter account recently posted a video of the BMW 6-Series Special convertibles on the street in Ukraine are of interest to many people.

The car attracted attention when the rear of the car was made with a steel rack to support a machine gun. This is a heavy machine gun commonly found in the turret of the Russian T-72 tank. Therefore, the appearance of a gun on a sports convertible in a war-torn country like Ukraine is also somewhat understandable.

Some international newspapers have republished unique images of the vehicle BMW convertible with a machine gun and added that it was the 2nd generation BMW 6-Series (code E64), produced from 2003 to 2010.

Clip captures the image of a convertible BMW with a machine gun

The above creation may seem impressive to the viewer, but according to experts, building a heavy machine gun on the tail of a sports convertible will almost affect the stability of this car. However, in the context of the BMW being donated to the police in the city of Mykolaiv, where half of the 500,000 residents had to flee in less than a week when attacked by Russian troops, it would be very helpful.

This convertible is equipped with a 4.4-liter V8 engine with a capacity of 325 horsepower that will help the soldier use it to run faster than the opponent’s tank. BMW 6-Series has the ability to accelerate from 0-100km / h in just 5 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 243km / h.

Dinh Quy (according to Carscoops)

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