Meet Angelica Larsson. Hailing from Stockholm, Sweden, this girl does it all. She drives trucks, operates heavy machinery, shoots guns, rides motorcycles, scuba dives, and sky dives. Oh, and she’s also ridiculously hot.
Angelica developed a love for big trucks at a young age, when she climbed inside a semi for the first time at the age of four. By the time she was 19, the blonde bombshell had her commercial license and was driving semi trucks in Sweden professionally.
While she mostly drives Scania and Volvo trucks in Sweden, Angelica will pretty much drive anything, whether it’s a Peterbilt, Kenworth, or anything in between. She’s always up for a challenge. In fact, back in 2018, the Swedish truck driver took her first trip to America and drove some big rigs at The Great American Trucking Show in Dallas, Texas.
Speaking of challenges, Angelica likes to showcase all sorts of fun experiments and educational tutorials on her YouTube page. Remember the viral bottle cap challenge? It involved folks kicking off bottle caps without knocking over the bottles themselves. Well, Angelica turned that up a notch by doing two of her own: One with a wheelloader and one with a forklift.
Though she has model good looks, and frequently shows them off for her Instagram followers, Angelica takes the most pride in being a badass trucker. She travels all over the world doing what she loves and has earned a ton of respect for what she can do behind the wheel of some heavy equipment.
While she’s already accomplished so much, Angelica’s big dreams never stop. She want to drive a truck around Norway, “because their notoriously bad roads would be great to test her driving skill.” She also wants to drive a land train across Australia, and plans on traveling to India, as well, to experience the culture and challenge herself with the road conditions. Angelica Larsson, who according to several sources has an estimated net worth of $10 million, is no doubt an inspiration to girls out there with dreams of becoming truck drivers.
Even still, her pics on social media definitely don’t hurt to look at.
This post was originally published on April 22, 2020.