Ross also has a big love for all American vehicles, owning several Chevrolet Bel Airs, all second-generation from 1955 and 1957, in different colors. He also has a color-matching garage for his Chevys, among which a ‘71 modified Caprice and other Bel Airs.
But now his recent Instagram Story shows a different purchase – a custom Can-Am Maverick X3 Max X MR Turbo RR, an interesting ride for off-road adventures. Going off the tarmac is something that he still finds exciting, despite the health problems that have been bugging him for the past few years.
In the short video, Rick Ross says his “baby made it back home,” after getting “a few things done to it.” While the rapper admits he “didn’t get a chance to ride it yet,” he noticed that one of the few changes carried out were the ceiling and the windshield. He also showed off its impressive wheels, especially designed for rough terrain. For the project, he said he worked with his “homie Lynn,” from @lynn_garage.
The four-seat SSV comes with a 195 horsepower turbocharged and intercooled Rotax® ACE engine, and is available in as many as 17 variants to suit all types of driving conditions.
Pricing starts around $29,000 and it can go all the way up to $32,099 for the Max X RS Turbo RR.
In a separate story after introducing the Can-Am, Ross moves on to show another '55 "flawless" Bel Air, in such good condition that it looks brand new, plus a 1951 Ford Victoria. You can check out the pics in the gallery.
With this latest addition, Rick Ross shows that he has a vehicle for all kind of adventures, terrains, or occasions.