Antonio Brown reveals his Rolls Royce’s new paint job

Check out Antonio Brown and his Rolls Royce Wraith’s amazing new paint job.

downloadThis Rolls Royce Wraith will raise some eyebrows and drop some jaws, that’s for sure. The beauty belongs to Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers, who is clearly a outer-space lover. His Rolls Royce Wraith is custom with a space and galaxy inspired wrap, not something we generally see on these type of luxury cars. While it may not be everyone’s cup of tea, it’s clearly a well-thought-out wrap and strays away from the usual matte/gold/camo wraps we’ve seen from athletes in the past.

imagesThe explosive – like Brown – combination of colors certainly make the Wraith stand out even more to ensure no one in the training camp will have the same Rolls as #84.

The Wraith is a four-seater coupe made by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. Based on the chassis of the Rolls-Royce Ghost, it garnered quite an interest from the wealthy customer base giving the British car maker another great model to sell. It featured all the traits of the Ghost, albeit in a more unique and stylish fashion.  With a price tag of over $200,000, it certainly is an expensive piece of motoring. The vehicle is powered by a 6.0 liter V12 BMW engine displacing 623 horsepower, mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission.

images (1)Besides the wrap, the Wraith we have here is kept stock, but the future might bring some future visual upgrades. However, Antonio Brown may not be done quite yet. So, we’ll keep you posted just in case the All-World wide receiver decides to venture into an entirely different galaxy with his next upgrade.

 

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