Ever Seen a Rolls-Royce Built for the Ski Slopes?
It's got blizzard lights, a roof rack and 810 ponies
Jon Olsson loves camouflage so much he painted his home with the stuff. And now he’s got a Rolls Royce Wraith to match.
If you don’t know Olsson, he’s a Swedish freeskier and the man behind Douchebags, a luggage company for athletes with a sense of humor.
Among his other hobbies: retooling supercars to turn them into winter-ready slopside vehicles. His latest creation is the aforementioned Wraith, which was modded by Absolute Motors to include a twin-turbocharged 6.6-liter V12 engine that spits out 810 ponies, a custom exhaust, 24-inch tires and six extra lights for cruising through blizzards. It goes 0-60 mph in 4.4 seconds, and tops out at 155 mph.
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On the exterior, he added a magnetic roof rack, which he uses to hold a jet surfboard and extra gas. Online casino LeoVegas footed the bill, along with Quicksilver. It’s all to help announce a new line of Douchebags done in — wait for it — camo.
See what he did there?
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