Odell Beckham Jr. hasn't played a single game for his new team yet, but he's already making a splash in Cleveland. Not for his game, but for his car. Images and video of the adapted Rolls-Royce Cullinan from OBJ have appeared on the web this week and it fits perfectly with his personality with a greater than life feeling. The Browns orange wrap is a small piece in a large package with a tailor-made hood ornament that replicates its famous one-handed behind-the-head catch. Sorry, Spirit of Ecstasy.
OBJ & # 39; s career was too impressive to be defined by a single game, but his 2014 catch against the Dallas Cowboys (see below) is certainly a highlight. Widely regarded as one of the greatest catches in the history of the NFL, it is now immortalized in a hood ornament of all things. But not just a cap ornament. It takes the place of the holy Rolls-Royce Spirit of Ecstasy on its modified Cullinan SUV with a Cleveland theme. And yes, it can still be hidden in the grille.
NFL players and athletes in general are known to make some of the wildest custom vehicles we've seen, and OBJ & # 39; s Double-R is no exception. Built by Dreamworks Motorsports in Roxboro, North Carolina, the Cullinan has an orange cover, dark 26-inch Forgiato wheels with floating RR center caps, glossy black accents, a Suntek Films window tint. Those are just the basic things.
Cementing his car as a truly unique piece are the sound system and the interior. Dreamworks built a subwoofer box to mimic the iconic Rolls-Royce grille, and the one-time starlight headlining was built specifically for this vehicle with a custom pattern. And that is where Spirit of Hubris comes first.
Whether it's a no of yours, dawg, or a resounding yes, there is no doubt that this thing will get people talking. Inspect the details in the gallery above.