This conspicuous-looking creation is the work of Latvian tuners – HGK Motorsport – and it is a BMW 2 Series that has been fettled with… a lot. Called the F22 Eurofighter, HGK’s creation has one thing on its mind – drifting – and is well-equipped to do just that.

Beneath the Kevlar/carbon-fibre bodywork, the F22 hides a General Motors LS V8 crate engine prepared by Mast Motorsports, mated to a Samsonas five-speed sequential transmission and Winters quick-change differential.

According to Speedhunters, a Callies Magnum crank, Billet rods, Diamond Racing pistons, Total Seal Advanced Profiling steel rings, titanium intake valves, retainers and valve locks, are just some of the modifications applied to the engine. The result? Try 820 hp at 7,000 rpm and peak torque of 920 Nm.

That’s not all, because the F22 features competition-ready components as well, which include a revamped chassis, a full roll-cage, custom suspension, Wilwood brakes (six-piston fronts, four-piston rears) and a 40-litre fuel cell. These mods ensures that the F22 meets FIA Formula Drift specifications, and has since been delivered to its MK Racing Qatar. Wildest BMW ever?