Sommer Ray is getting down and dirty while cleaning cars. The 24-year-old fitness model and social media sensation’s 25.5 million Instagram followers got a sneak peek of a vintage car shoot to kick off the week, with the bikini bombshell having slipped out of her swimwear and into tiny Daisy Dukes while getting soaped-up. Sommer, who has been using vintage convertibles throughout 2020, was proving that a little honk action always goes down a treat. Likewise, her killer body. Check it out below.
Scroll for the action. Sommer has made 2020 headlines for hanging out in ’50s and ’60s-style cars, with summer months bringing Ray at a gas station-turned-coffee shop in L.A. as she flaunted her swimsuit body by a white convertible.
Red-hot was the vibe today as Sommer was seen with camera crew and crouched down near a red open-top vehicle. The footage, brief, showed the Sommer Ray’s Shop founder crouching down in platform heels, a tight white tank, and shorts Jessica Simpson would approve of as she wrote: “Today’s vibe.”
If you don’t live inside Sommer’s Instagram, the account has been big-time racking up the followers over COVID. Sommer has bopped around in a bubblegum-pink bikini while snacking on Ruffles at an indoor beach party, she’s swallowed that birthday sundae, and just recently helped cost Jason Derulo $112,000 – the singer was celebrating hitting #1 on the charts, with Sommer getting a crab dinner as the “Savage Love” singer bought everyone in the restaurant drinks.
Keep scrolling for more photos after the car wash.
Sommer latest post, seeing her oiled-up and straddling gym equipment, brought the star’s sense of humor. Bear in mind, 2018 saw Forbes dub Ray “Not Your Average Instagram Model.”
Just yesterday, Sommer squeezed her cleavage together to tell fans: “Kinda looks like i have some boobage in these.” This, from the star who has joked about wishing her problems were as “small” as her chest size.
The assets up top might not be huge, but Sommer comes built, having this year pushed a Lamborghini in a tight dress and heels.
Sommer might live in L.A., be blonde, and rock bikinis, but the model is a country girl through and through. Her farm upbringing was mentioned with vigor during her Forbes interview, with Sommer saying:
“I grew up on a ranch in Colorado, in the middle of nowhere. I raised chickens in 4-H. I was really good at it! I have all blue ribbons. I was a rodeo princess. I’m a country girl, not a fake one. When I go to Country Jam, and I’m in cowboy boots, people always say, ‘She’s fake.’ I’m like, ‘No. I was in 4H!’”