Justin Bieber’s newest custom ride is a wild cyberpunk vision wrapped around a Rolls-Royce Wraith.
According to GQ, with the help of California tuning company West Coast Customs, Bieber turned a Rolls-Royce Wraith Coupe into his own version of the brand’s “Vision Next 100” concept car. BMW also released a concept vehicle with the same name, featuring similar styling and identical covered wheels.
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Bieber’s Rolls takes design traits from both the BMW and Rolls-Royce concept to create one wild ride. One can argue that Bieber’s version actually improves on a lot of the eye-broccoli Rolls-Royce styled into the Wraith.
From photos posted on Instagram by West Coast Customs, it appears new panels were fabricated from scratch to create the futuristic shape. The inside is as luxurious as it can get, too, with a JL Audio system and custom lighting.
As for the obvious question, “how do the front wheels turn?”, well, West Coast Customs says the front wheels are much thinner than normal, and have been given positive camber.
The powertrain hasn’t been touched, which is a good thing, because the Wraith is motivated by a 6.6-litre V12 that produces 624 horsepower and 605 pound-feet of torque.
Perhaps the front end isn’t as successful in pulling off the aesthetic, but it’s not worse than the redesigned Phantom Coupe that Rolls-Royce brought out in the early 2000s. As far as West Coast Customs builds go, this is fairly tasteful, and we have to give Bieber credit for doing what neither Rolls-Royce nor BMW could.