Brandon Bolden, a former Ole Miss running back entering his 10th year in the NFL, has a new custom ride that’s worth a pretty penny.

TMZ Sports reported that the Las Vegas Raiders running back has a new $150,000 custom Ford Bronco. Some of the details include the vehicle, which was tricked out by South Florida Jeeps, features a 400-horsepower, supercharged V6 engine and also comes with an armored exterior shell that actually has Kevlar fibers woven into it. The car also has bronze rims and a super-strength leather interior.

Bolden this offseason signed a 2-year, $5 million contract with the Raiders.

Bolden came to the Raiders after he spent 8 years with the New England Patriots (2012-17, 19-21) and 1 season with the Miami Dolphins (2018). The 5-foot-11, 220-pound running back has appeared in 131 games with 9 starts over his career, totaling 283 carries for 1,297 yards with 12 touchdowns and adding 100 receptions for 902 yards with 6 touchdowns. In postseason action, he has played in 17 games with 2 starts, 12 carries for 46 yards with 1 TD and 8 receptions for 64 yards.

A native of Baton Rouge, La., Bolden played 4 seasons (2008-11) at Ole Miss and finished his collegiate career ranked second in school history in total touchdowns (33) and rushing touchdowns (27), third in all-purpose yards (3,681) and fourth in rushing yards (2,604), according to his Raiders bio.