Austria’s Vagabund Moto has a good tendency to provide ultra-clean, new retro buildings, and has an impeccable factory appearance. It has long been one of our favorite custom motorcycle shops, although, in the past year, this company in Graz has already started to customize cars. After completing the Lada Niva 4×4 project for adventure preparation, Vagabund Moto, in cooperation with Reiterer Autohaus, has now canceled the cover of its latest one-off car project, which uses the 2019 BMW 850i, referred to as “The 8”.
The team wanted to develop around the largest sports car on the market, so first chose the M8, but the difficulty in installing the equipment on the carbon fiber roof of the M car eventually led the store to choose a BMW 850i donor. From head to toe using Vagabund’s iconic black, light gray, and lighter color scheme from head to toe decoration, “The 8” is equipped with HRE 305M wheels, wrapped in 35-inch Toyo all-terrain tires, and PIAA headlights are customized. The 3D printed shell, and a custom roof rack with a built-in cargo box, which contains a battery with a built-in battery, can power the auxiliary lighting equipment of the building. The spare headlights have been modified and can now use DRL with yellow lenses. The 850i‘s 523hp twin-turbocharged 4.4L V-8 turbocharged engine can now exhaust gas from a custom exhaust system made entirely by Austrian counterpart Remus. Click here for more details.