The E92 BMW M3 racer that Jeff Koons turned into an art car for the 24 Hours of Le Mans race that took place two years ago is back on form.
It isn’t racing, but it’s making up for not being able to fly round the race track back then. This special car just learned to fly. Literally.
As part of a very unusual photo shoot for a car, the Bavarians flew their one of a kind car on top of Pulpit Rock. That’s a place in Norway where the view is breathtaking.
The lift was done with a helicopter and there were some pretty brave fellas waiting up there already to secure the landing point.
It’s quite the interesting process to watch but the view that comes out of the whole thing is simply mind blowing. You just don’t see stuff like this everyday.
The whole thing took place on the 21st of August 2012, mostly because the weather wasn’t up to the job until then. Apparently, Norway isn’t weather friendly, not even in the summer.
Now that the scene was set, the guys at BMW posted a still on Facebook a couple of days ago and left us hanging with desire to see the rest.
Granted, there’s not that much outside the view in this frame to benefit from but we’d love to see a couple of thousand extra pictures taken on location.
After all, the BMW M3 GT2 Art Car is quite the eye catcher and that jaw-dropping landscape is very hard to get tired of.