Shaq Gets $1.5M 'Superman' Rolls Royce Phantom Months After Monster Hellcat Purchase

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Shaq Gets $1.5M 'Superman' Rolls Royce Phantom Months After Monster Hellcat Purchase
Shaq Gets $1.5M 'Superman' Rolls Royce Phantom Months After Monster Hellcat Purchase

On the court, Shaquille O’Neal's prowess was evident, but off the court, his love for unique vehicles makes just as much noise. Recently, the basketball titan demonstrated this fervor once again by grabbing a stunning $1.5 million 'Superman' Rolls Royce Phantom, shortly after adding a $106,224 Dodge Charger, fondly known as the Beast Vehicle, to his arsenal.

Just a couple of months back, Shaq turned heads by driving out in a specially customized Dodge Charger. This impressive beast, dubbed the Beast Vehicle, comes with a robust 6.2L V-8 engine, boasting 717 horsepower and 650 torque. With its ebony exterior and matching 20-inch forged aluminum wheels, it's undeniably a spectacle.


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Yet, the former NBA superstar's passion doesn't stop there. He's known to have a grand lineup of luxury rides, ranging from sleek Ferraris to powerful Lamborghinis. Now, a black Mansory Rolls Royce Phantom, valued close to $1.5 million, is the latest gem in Shaq’s automobile crown. But Shaq, being the enthusiast he is, went the extra mile. He entrusted the maestros at West Coast Customs to sprinkle their magic on this machine. They accentuated its character by embedding a signature logo, earning the car its "Superman" epithet.

While this fresh marvel is still stationed at West Coast, awaiting its rendezvous with the basketball legend, it’s bound to create waves once it rolls into Shaq's driveway. And knowing Shaq, a grand unveiling might be on the cards, much to the delight of his fans.

O’Neal's vehicular passions, however, aren't restricted to four-wheelers alone. The NBA Hall of Famer also has a penchant for two-wheelers. His recent acquisition from West Coast Customs, a custom-crafted chopper, stands testament to that. Adorned in a glossy black hue with the iconic Superman emblem front and center, it's yet another feather in Shaq's multifaceted cap.