Ok, we’re giving up – Swedish professional skier Jon Olsson has the craziest machines. Period. Go back in time and you’ll see an 800-hp Lamborghini Huracan, a 950-hp Audi RS6 Avant, a Rebellion R2K, or a Murcielago SuperVeloce Winter Edition.
And these are just some of the cars he owned in the years past – and just naming them doesn’t actually depict the accurate picture of how crazy each of those was at the time. But the King of Crazy Rides has a new crown jewel – and one to match, since it’s a Rolls-Royce, a brand that’s known for fulfilling motorized dreams for princes, queens and mortals alike. He went for the Wraith model – quickly nicknamed “George” – and then he shipped it to Absolute Motors in The Netherlands to turn it into… the Big Foot of motorized carriages.
The initial plan was to go with something that suited an elegant coupe such as this… “crazy off road look” with “cool winter wheels,” but due to time constraints of Einsteinian relativity, the bespoke treatment was a little simpler: many LED lights, a lowered stance with modified suspension and the trademark camo wrap. Huge 24-inch Forgiato wheels will make you notice it – though we have a feeling the first things that pops up is something else. That would be the unique roof rack housing a jet-powered surfboard made from carbon fiber with a total weight of just 18 kilograms (40 pounds). Not that it matters, Olsson even fitted the trunk with a matching luggage set part of his new collection. Of course, Absolute Motors also played with the biturbo 6.6-liter V12 engine and managed a dyno-verified 810 horsepower and 840 pound-feet (1,138 Newton-meters) torque – that would be 186 hp and 198 lb-ft (268 Nm) up from the standard build.