Admire Drake’s Rolls-Royce Phantom supercar with designed dazzling diamond owl made of gold!
Drake can take pride in his extensive collection of rare automobiles. Some of them were tailored to his desires.
An excellent example of this is the Rolls-Royce Phantom, which has an owl in place of the Spirit of Ecstasy sculpture. Fans of the rapper may be aware that Drake’s OVO sound record label prominently depicts an owl. In addition, he designed a fashion line, OVO (October’s Very Own), whose logo is a similar avian.
Consequently, he chose it for his Phantom as well. For this endeavor, he collaborated with Drake’s personal vehicle designer, Tony Bet. The artist was responsible for the entire design and installation of the owl, which is made of solid gold and has diamonds for eyes because… well, Drake. It is also inscribed with the rapper’s name, just in case he forgets which car is his.
There’s no word on how much Drake paid for the hood ornament alone, but there’s a good chance it was even more expensive than the conventional Phantom, which starts at over $450,000.
Rolls-Royce Phantom Bushukan Edition is the result of a metamorphosis by the German tuning company Mansory. If you are unfamiliar with the meaning of Bushukan, you should know that it is an Asian citrus fruit with an unusually shaped yellow peel that inspired part of the two-tone paint scheme on Drake’s Rolls-Royce.
According to the official Mansory website, the Phantom also received a power boost due to the installation of a sports exhaust system. The 6.75-liter V12 engine now produces 602 horsepower (610 ps) and 701 lb-ft (950 Nm) of maximum torque at 1,500 rpm.
In two recent photos posted to his Instagram Stories, the rapper posed with a matching costume next to a luxury sedan. Next to Drake’s infant blue Mercedes-AMG G 63 was a Rolls-Royce. But it’s a pity we don’t see the rapper driving it more frequently.