Here's A Closer Look At The Free Rolls-Royce Drake Got For Going Back To Back


But will it go 0 to 100 real quick?

Say what you want about Drake going back to back, but the Canadian rapper certainly knows how a hip hop star should get around town. He once owned the Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir and was recently gifted an all-black Rolls-Royce Wraith. Now the Wraith is no Veyron but it still packs a 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12 good for 624 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque. Its 0 to 60 mph time comes in at 4.4 seconds and its electronically limited top speed is 155 mph.

Where the Wraith is the Veyron’s equal is in the styling department. It sits on a set of 10 spoke ADV10 M.V1 wheels measuring 22x10.5 inches and finished in matte black. It has been lowered as well. The rest of the Rolls looks stock but rappers are known for customizing their cars—for better or worse—so we’re looking forward to seeing what custom options Drake will add.

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