Tom Brady's Decked Out Escalade ESV Hits the Market For $300,000
With one of the most storied careers in NFL history, Tom Brady has surely built up enough money to buy himself a couple of toys. As it turns out, the Future Hall of Famer likes to travel in style. One way that he does this would be through the help of his Cadillac Escalade ESV.
This isn’t just any Escalade, though. Instead, Becker Automotive Design grabbed hold of the machine and made it into something special. If something doesn’t quite look right about this Cadillac from the outside, your eyes are not deceiving you. Instead, the SUV has been stretched 20 inches to accommodate limousine features inside. Let’s just say that it really makes the most of the extra space.
Inside, we find that the build was created for top tier comfort. Passengers are able to relax in 6-way electric reclining seats with leg rests. Across from two of the seats, there is a 32-inch screen. From the other two massive recliners, the passengers will be able to watch a 12-inch screen. Each seat also has a retractable aviation-style table lined in burl wood. Other burl wood accents can be found throughout the cabin.
For somebody who is constantly at work, being able to escape on a ride like this is essential. A quote from Brady in the listing reads “Parting ways with my Becker ESV won’t be easy. From day one it became my sanctuary from the outside noise. I took pride in picking out all the customizations of the ESV”
Something like this will help free up time that would otherwise be spent driving. For someone looking to master their craft, every spare minute counts. Brady continued “With such limited time in my busy schedule the ESV gave me those extra minutes to study my playbook, make phone calls and be with my family. Immediately my productivity went up and my stress came down. I hope the next owner will take great care of her; she will always be a part of the Brady family.”
The machine is said to have originally cost $350,000. When it hits the market this time, it can be had for $300,000. The ride has just 13,000 miles on it. We would be left to assume that half of those miles were without passengers as the driver made his or her way to pick up Brady.
Plus, how many people can say that they own a vehicle personally spec’d out by the man himself?