Gallery: Justin Bieber Wraps His 2012 Fisker Karma in Shiny Chrome


Last month Pop singer Justin Bieber received a 2012 Fisker Karma plug-in hybrid for his 18th birthday, but like any teenage rockstar, Beiber has modified his $102,000 present – by completely covering the car in chrome! Apparently the chromed-out Fisker Karma is visible from three blocks away, and It’s insanely blinding to anyone not sitting inside.

It looks like Bieber took his present from his manager Scooter Braun and drove it straight to West Coast Customs, where the standard paint job was switched out for the overly shiny chrome. LED lights were also added under the grille and black 22-inch wheels were bolted on.

Beiber, his girlfriend Selena Gomez and his really shiny 2012 Fisker Karma were recently caught by the paparazzi site TMZ. TMZ asks the question, “How is that legal?” Even if it’s technically legal, maybe the Fashion Police could get involved…

Justin Bieber’s last car was a Cadillac CTS-V that he had turned into a Batmobile, so his latest chrome Fisker Karma shouldn’t be too surprising.

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  1. rollysj April 27, 2012 at 12:56 am

    this can’t be legal. it will cause road accidents.

  2. greenjack April 26, 2012 at 9:22 pm

    in my eyes the orginal painting is quite stylish. this full chrome thing looks kind of cheap and easy but also like a billion dollar blingbling. it is very shiny, but that fisker seems to be missing any straigth lines or planes and most are convex (i’m sorry but i cannot remember the right name for things which are round out or inwards:-), meaning they don’t concentrate any strong beam of ligth in to your eyes, just glitter. the main thing in this is that a most unorginal teen ido
    l is using a energy efficient sexy electric car.

  3. SRBChristian April 18, 2012 at 5:48 pm

    He’s only 18 and still has a LOT to learn, but my god what an idiotic idea!

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