2 Chainz shares his customized Cybertruck, which might be the most unusual one yet

  • 2 Chainz got a new Tesla Cybertruck
  • He customized it to give it an all-new look
  • It now looks quite bold with an orange theme

Published on Jul 06, 2024 at 3:25 PM (UTC+4)
by Siddharth Dudeja

Last updated on Jul 08, 2024 at 8:34 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Nalin Rawat

Celebrities apparently love Tesla’s not-so-normal Cybertruck, and yet another famous name — American rapper 2 Chainz, or Tauheed K. Epps — got their hands on the pickup truck and decided to customize it to look as loud as possible.

The electric truck has an unusual demographic, and we all know how much Americans like pickup trucks.

Anyhow, 2 Chainz shared photos of the customized Cybertruck on Instagram, and it’s certainly very loud.

Why is that, you ask?

Well, there’s a bright orange theme going on here.

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2 Chainz now has a bright-orange Cybertruck

2 Chainz posed with his four-wheeled plaything with a new look and proudly mentioned, ‘This is the hardest one.’

He clearly likes it, and the bold orange color isn’t the whole story here.

There’s an artistic side decal, too, which interestingly blends with the new color of his Cybertruck.

Mind you, it’s not just a fancy-looking wrap-job like this Iron Man wrap.

Moreover, the decals look like a wolf, which seems apt, to say the least.

If that doesn’t seem enough, there’s more.

The rapper’s newly customized Cybertruck also has… unusual three-spoke alloys.

These look like they were harvested from a 90s sports car, but they have orange brake calipers that match this truck’s theme.

Over-the-top customizations are trending

The alloys were reportedly installed by Forgiato Wheels, which is a famous name for custom wheels you see on celebrity cars.

Further, 2 Chainz unveiled his customized pickup a day after rapper Lil Baby shared photos of his customized Cybertruck.

Lil Baby’s customization is also quite out there — with a blazing red finish and completely red wheels, which were also done by Forgiato.

Since both rappers have a sizeable fan base, fans declared an official ‘ Cybertruck-off’ where they decide whose Cybertruck looks better.

Well, that’s for the masses to decide, but one thing is certainly clear.

Both these pickups are way off from the OEM appearance, and we’re here for it.

However, it’s not the first time we’ve seen the Tesla Cybertruck looking cool.

There’s an unusual rusty wrap, which makes it look incredible.

Or the hologram wrap, for that matter, which also seems unusual but makes it more futuristic.


Siddharth Dudeja

Siddharth is a tech nerd with a secret love of all things cars. He has been writing for a few years now, and on his free time you would find him gaming when he's not procrastinating.