Everybody loves Safari Porsches. Mashing up the 911’s timeless sports car aesthetics with rugged off-road capabilities is a combination that never gets old, but that doesn’t mean the formula shouldn’t be tweaked every now and then. And that’s exactly what builder Max Fischer has done with his killer BMW Z4 M Coupe Safari garage build.
For the build, Fischer took his 150,000-mile Z4 and outfitted it with a number of upgrades to make it suitable for bombing around in questionable environments. He outfitted the diminutive sports car with a proper skid plate, bolted-on roof rack, off-road shocks, beefy all-terrain tires, raised fenders, a roof-mounted light bar, and off-road LED auxiliary lights from Baja Designs. Perhaps most impressive is the custom-built tire carrier that replaces the rear windshield. It holds two off-road tires and has a built-in drainage system at the base of the tire box that allows water runoff to exit below the car. Finally, the car is finished off in matte black paint that makes it look ready to eat Safari Porsches for lunch. You can follow along with Fischer’s build process by heading over to his Instagram.