Justin Bieber tunes his Cadillac CTS-V into "Batmobile"


Pop star Justin Bieber has long been known as a sports car fan, even though his Ferrari 458 has been prone to having itself impaled by Honda Civics. But the music-and-hairstyle mogul's latest acquisition kicks things to a new level: a Cadillac CTS-V coupe customized with suicide doors, personal logos and a paint scheme worthy of its nickname, "Batmobile." Isn't this what every 17-year-old would do if they could?

Updone by West Coast Customs for their show on the Velocity cable network, Bieber's Caddy includes the requisite matte-black paint job, 22-inch blacked-out wheels and suicide doors -- a deviation from the scissor doors now common among Pontiac Sunfires. The doors themselves will open by touching a special "JB" badge, with a black-crystal version on the dash. There's also a studio-quality stereo, LED headlamps and of course purple suede interior accents. (That's Bieber's trademark color, for the old and unhip.)

Ryan Friedlinghaus, CEO of West Coast Customs, calls the result "the sickest CTS-V on Earth." You can make your own diagnosis Sunday at 8 p.m. Eastern on Velocity.

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