Swedish pro free-skier-turned-video blogger, Jon Olsson, has shown off his latest purchase - a modified Rolls-Royce Wraith - which he has named 'George'.
In his latest video, he gives a walkaround of the 6.6-litre twin-turbo V12 luxury sports car, which has had its power output increased by over 150-horsepower, to 810hp (604kW).
“Let me tell you; it’s more than enough for this car. We have the dyno papers. It’s not just some fantasy number," Olsson said.
The majority of the work was undertaken by Absolute Motors in the Netherlands, which also included lowering the car and wrapping it in a black-and-white camouflage livery, much like his previous ride, a Lamborghini Huracan.
Making the V12 sing is a custom-built exhaust by Quicksilver, and the sound is enough to give you goosebumps.
Massive 24-inch black rims with 'George the Rolls' tyre lettering add to the numerous stickers covering the car, which Olsson explains in the video.
Two massive spotlights adorn the grill and four more on the roof to help with spotting wildlife. Adding to the pseudo-rally look is a roof rack that's fixed by magnets, and holds a jet-powered carbon-fibre surfboard.
According to Olsson, "George likes to do burnouts", which is evident after seeing clouds of smoke hiding the Rolls-Royce as it lays down rubber on the road.
The video finishes with Olsson arriving at his matching camouflaged home, with his camouflaged golf buggy and camouflaged luggage.
This guy is seriously cool.
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