Supercar Designer Picks Apart Justin Bieber’s Custom Rolls-Royce From West Coast Customs

When you’re Justin Bieber, you can pretty much do whatever it is that you want ...

When you’re Justin Bieber, you can pretty much do whatever it is that you want when it comes to spending money. Being one of the biggest pop stars in the world means that you have an abundance of cash to spend that can buy you just about anything.

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In one case, when Bieber found something that he couldn’t buy, he just got somebody else to make it for him. The machine that Justin originally lusted after was a concept car from Rolls-Royce. Essentially, the idea of the model, the 103ex, was for Rolls-Royce to show off what the brand might be doing in say, 20 years or so. However, as it was a one-of-one example that was not built to be used on the streets, the Biebs couldn’t add it to his own garage.

However, when he would head over to West Coast Customs, the shop would be glad to take on the project. In order to get there, they took a Rolls-Royce Wraith and completely ripped it down to its core. From there, the machine would be modified with all sorts of different panels to try and bring it as close to the 103ex as they possibly could.

Since the car has hit the streets, let’s just say the design has conjured up a little bit of controversy. Most of this talk is among automotive designers who have their own opinions about what the car brings to the table.

Let’s just say that this concept that kind of looks like a science-fiction spaceship has definitely stirred the pot quite a bit. At the end of the day, all that really matters with something like this is that the owner is happy with their purchase. However, that doesn’t stop people like supercar designer, Frank Stephenson, from talking a little bit about it from a design standpoint and what kind of things might be done differently next time.

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