Obviously this BMW X5 is a product of Germany but if you can look beyond that fact and ignore the lack of Soviet Era design you'll see a vehicle that is in its own way truly Russian.
It's no secret the X5 is the stolen vehicle of choice in Russia, so what better vehicle to use as a canvas for a one of a kind airbrushed tribute to the country?
From there, someone spent a lot of time, a lot of money or some combination of the two turning this modern SUV into a rolling tribute to Russian history.
We aren't going to pretend we can indentify everything depicted in this intricate mural but we can pick out the Kremlin and according to EnglishRussia, where we found this strange vehicle, the text on the hood roughly translates to "Viva St. Petersburg". Of course it does.