It’s not a secret that Odell Beckham Jr. likes a little flash - this is a man who earlier this month rocked a kilt and sleeveless tuxedo jacket to the Met Gala, one of the biggest nights in fashion.
But Beckham and North Carolina’s Dreamworks Motorsports designed a pretty amazing custom Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUV (base MSRP: $325,000) for the now-Cleveland Browns receiver that has a surprise touch.
Pop-up of the infamous catch
On Beckham’s car, the “Spirit of Ecstasy,” the small hood sculpture of a woman attached to all Rolls who usually pops up from under a cover, has been replaced.
It’s been replaced with a small sculpture of Beckham, in uniform, making his famous one-handed touchdown catch from 2014 when he was with the New York Giants. While Beckham was nearly parallel to the turf when he made that grab, the sculpture of him isn’t, obviously because it would incredibly difficult to make the mechanism work if it were.
One other change: the Beckham figure isn’t wearing Giants colors, but Browns’.
Check it out:
One of many changes
Via Dreamworks’ Instagram posting of the vehicle, there were numerous customizations made to the Cullinan for Beckham.
The exterior color, “Dog Pound” orange, is of course custom, as are the 26-inch wheels, the orange interior, and the JL audio system.
In other words, there’s no question who owns the car if you happen to see it in the Cleveland area in the coming months.
Beckham is a frequent customer at Dreamworks: The company’s webpage shows the custom Mercedes-Benz G550 he gifted to his mother, a matte black Ford F-250 he gifted to his father (that matches his own Mercedes CLS 63 AMG), and a Rolls Royce Wraith sedan.
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