Justin Bieber has $330K Rolls-Royce transformed to futuristic look

Justin Bieber has $330K Rolls-Royce Wraith transformed to bold futuristic look featuring concealed wheels

He has always had an affinity for luxury cars.

But Justin Bieber went above and beyond and even stepped into the future with his latest ride.

The 26-year-old Canadian pop megastar recently had his Rolls-Royce Wraith – which begins retailing at $330K – fully transformed into something that looks like it is from outer space. 

Quite the look: Justin Bieber recently had his Rolls-Royce Wraith – which begins retailing at $330K – fully transformed into a very futuristic looking vehicle

Happy: The 26-year-old Canadian pop megastar is pictured

Bieber had commissioned his favorite automobile repair shop which focuses on the customization of vehicles, West Coast Customs, for the overhaul according to TMZ on Tuesday.

The Burbank, California based shop – which was founded by Ryan Friedlinghaus and Quinton Dodson – took to their Instagram to document the transformation as they also revealed that the inspiration came from a Rolls-Royce concept car from 2016.

The social media account for the celeb favorite auto shop captioned one of the galleries: ‘ 4years ago, Rolls Royce unveiled the 103EX Vision 100. Upon seeing the concept car we wondered why such an awe inspiring car cannot exist today.

Before: The Burbank, California based shop – which was founded by Ryan Friedlinghaus and Quinton Dodson – took to their Instagram to document the transformation as the vehicle is shown before the overhaul

In the details: The shiny black paint was converted into a more matte look as the auto shop reveled that the inspiration came from a Rolls-Royce concept car from 2016

‘After years of R&D, we created our own version of the 103EX. A futuristic, awe inspiring, daily drivable Rolls Royce unlike any other.’

As the car was previously shiny and black, West Coast Customs – which was featured on highly-popular early-2000’s MTV show Pimp My Ride – completely revamped it into a silver matte look.

The paint wasn’t the only cosmetic change as the body transformation included concealed wheels and a taller grille.  

Space Age: The paint wasn’t the only cosmetic change as the body transformation included concealed wheels and a taller grille

It certainly seems like Justin is looking to the future as he revealed he was back in the studio laying down new tracks last month.

‘Going over track listing for the album,’ he captioned a candid snap shot by photographer Rory Kramer while he was overlooking the audio controls.

In one black-and-white shot, Justin looked completely in his element and wrote: ‘How this album makes me feel.’

Fans are eagerly awaiting what will be his sixth studio album, and only his second catalog of work in the last six years. 

Hard at work: Last month, Justin revealed he was back in the studio laying down new tracks

He released Changes on Feb. 14, 2020, an album which saw moderate success, but was incomparable to his Purpose album. 

Meanwhile his studio album, which dropped on Nov. 13, 2015, has gone on to be certified five times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America, with hits including What Do You Mean, Sorry and Love Yourself.

He went on to sell more than one million tickets to his years-long Purpose World Tour, before cutting the tour short by 14 shows due to depression and exhaustion.

Ready to go: In one black-and-white shot, Justin looked completely in his element and wrote: ‘How this album makes me feel’

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