Conor McGregor has a $350,000 Rolls-Royce Ghost that’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before.
It was gifted to the UFC superstar by a PR firm ahead of his title fight with Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205.
He became the first dual-weight champion in history at Madison Square Garden at the November 2016 event.
The now former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion is still seen with the car to this day.
But unlike other elegant, black models, this Rolls-Royce Ghost comes with a difference.
Namely with Notorius’ face on the side accompanied by his moniker.
And it’s just as out there as its owner.
Changes to his Ghost cost in the region of $100,000 in addition to the cost of the purchase price.
What modifications add up to that aren’t clear, bar the decals and smooth, matte black finish.
According to the brand, the Rolls-Royce Ghost is a “pristine blank canvas for personalisation”.
They describe the model as a “statement that boldly reflects your colourful personality”.
Look under the hood and you’ll find an impressive 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12 that produces 563 horsepower.
And with his earnings amongst the highest in contact sports, it isn’t the only stunning motor in his enviable car collection.
Conor McGregor owns a long list of supercars, including a $500,000 Lamborghini Aventador, a $440,000 Rolls-Royce Ghost and a Bentley Continental GTC, which he drives quite frequently.
He also owns a Lamborghini Huracan roadster, a Range Rover Sport and another Bentley, the Flying Spur.
Interestingly, he also owns a BMW i8.
Unveiled a decade ago, the BMW i8 is exciting and looks great, but it didn’t do too well commercially.
Perhaps this is proof that McGregor doesn’t buy cars just for the price tag.
Especially when you consider this car is ‘only’ worth roughly $100,000, which is peanuts for a guy like McGregor.