Rolls Royce is a brand that needs absolutely no introduction. It finds itself parked in the garages of a select few celebrities and businessmen as it marks a social status way above anyone else. Since Rolls Royce screams ultimate luxury, not a lot of modification is done to the original make of the car. However, we came across the Rolls Royce owned by Justin Bieber which looks quite distinct from the original design.
Even if owners get their Rolls Royce modified, they’re more focused on making the interiors as per their needs, however, Justin Bieber modified his Rolls Royce Wraith luxury coupe into a floating car.
Justin Bieber started his career in his teenage years and became a rage all over the world. Little do people know about his love for cars. He owns a Ferrari, Lamborghini, Mercedes AMG, Range Rover SUVs, Audi R8 amongst other luxury cars. One of these luxury cars is the Rolls Royce Wraith luxury coupe. What makes his Rolls Royce one of kind in the whole wide world is the modification. The modified Rolls Royce owned by Justin looks like a floating car with an extremely futuristic design.
The modification is inspired by the 103 EX concept. Rolls Royce had introduced this concept quite a few years ago. The 103 EX concept was presented as an autonomous and zero-emission car, but the Wraith owned by Justin is not an electric car.
Customised by West Coast Customs
The West Coast Customs is known to have done some out of the world modification for a lot of celebs. One of the famous ones is Chris Brown’s Lamborghini Gallardo which was transformed into a Revetron.
Coming back to Justin Bieber’s Wraith, the modification job was extensive and extremely impressive. The 103 EX concept came with wheel covers that would move with the wheel. This is not a possibility on the Rolls Royce Wraith and even if it was done, it wouldn’t be able to drive on the road. Therefore, to make this modification as close to the concept as possible, the custom-house installed a custom-made flared wheel arch and thereafter hid it under a huge cover over the wheel arch area. The body kit is pulled lower towards the ground to give it an illusion of a floating car.
The Rolls Royce badge has been placed on the wheel cover and the side profile of the car has been completely changed to complement the entire look. Towards the front of the car, we spot a custom-made bumper and at the rear, there is curvy looking bumper. The stock tail lamps have also been replaced with triangle-shaped aftermarket units. The lower part of the bumper shows twin exhaust pipes which makes it look extremely sporty. The Rolls Royce Wraith is an extremely powerful 2-door 4-seater coupe. It comes with a 6.6-litre, V12 engine that churns 624 Bhp of maximum power and 820 Nm of peak torque. It comes with an 8-speed automatic transmission and could cost you somewhere about Rs. 6.62 Crores.