Jon Olsson is selling his custom Rolls Royce Wraith

Article by Christian A., on June 13, 2018

About a year ago, Swedish professional skier, Jon Olsson shared his bespoke Rolls-Royce Wraith, which he named “George”. The monster has an insane 810 horsepower under its hood, and now, he is selling it for a not so budget-friendly price.

The very first time we learnt about this was at The Netherland’s Auto Leitner, with its selling price of around $324,000 (275,000 euros). When looking at the car, it seems that nothing has changed as it remains to have the exterior upgrades and its heavily tuned engine.

Some of the Wraith’s exterior upgrades include Olsson’s signature camouflage wrap, lowered suspension, and the plethora of LED lights. It sits on a set of 24 inch Forgiato matte black wheels fitted with Pirelli Pzero Nero 285/30 ZR24 tires. It also has a jet powered, carbon fiber surfboard that weighs 18 kilograms (40 pounds). We doubt that the surfboard is included in the package though.

Now, the exterior isn’t the only cool thing about the car, because the engine mods are worth mentioning as well. Absolute Motors fiddled and tweaked the Rolls-Royce Wraith’s 6.6 liter biturbo V12 engine, helping it produce 810 horsepower and 840 pound feet (1,138 Newton metres) of torque. Everything is connected to a loud QuickSilver Sports exhaust to complement the monstrous output and look.

When looking at the ad of the Wraith in Auto Leitner, the vehicle only has 8,078 miles (13,000 kilometers) on its odometer. And mind you, it still has the vending machine inside the cabin. But the real question here is that why is Olsson selling George? I mean, the car is still in good shape and its quite perfect for his lifestyle and is fitting for his collection of monstrous vehicles.

Whatever the reason for him selling the car is, the posting is still up. So if you are interested, you can check the Auto Leitner website and request for an appointment to see the Rolls Royce Wraith up close and personal.

Jon Olsson isn’t just known to be a professional skier, but he is also known in the automotive world because of his love for modified vehicles. His cars have a signature look, and that is the camo in the colour scheme of grey, white, and black.

Of course, the Rolls Royce Wraith is just one of his many six digit priced cars. He also has a supercharged Lamborghini Huracan which he revealed two years ago in the same camouflage print. The Huracan does not only have a bold appearance, but it is equipped with a beefy V10 that has over 800 horsepower (600 kilowatts) and 610 pound feet (826 Newton metres) of torque, that's able to sprint to 100-200 km/h task in just 5.3 seconds.


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