Rick Ross buys insane ‘tank’ fitted with Louis Vuitton seats

The armored truck is fully customized for the rapper.

Published on May 3, 2022 at 9:12AM (UTC+4)

Last updated on May 3, 2022 at 9:24AM (UTC+4)

Edited by Kate Bain
The Rick Ross tank is pictured.

Rick Ross has bought himself a customized military vehicle with Louis Vuitton seats, just in time for a car show that the rapper himself will host.

It’s called the “Rick Ross Car & Bike Show at the Promise Land” and will feature a variety of vehicles from Ross’s collection along with rides brought by other people.

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Ross is a high-profile car collector with eclectic taste and his car collection has a lot more to offer than the traditional look-at-me factor.

The rapper took to his Instagram to announce the delivery of his armored truck.

He actually calls it a “tank”, rolling in with camo paint and dish wheels.

The passenger seat wrapped in Louis Vuitton leather.


On May 21, Ross will be hosting the show at his 235-acre property, dubbed The Promise Land, in Fayetteville, Georgia.

General admission starts at $250, and $750 if you want to participate with your car.

A $2,500 VIP package will give you access to the “party with the BOSS” option, along with a gift bag, car pass and parking pass.


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