Only those who have excessive finances can own the most luxurious luxury cars. Expensive cars in the entertainment industry have become hot commodities, even if they don’t drive the vehicles themselves. These celebrity cars are the hottest on the streets, equipped with high speed, customized interior, and sleek car bodywork. Wait for Clint Eastwood to see what he is driving these days.
Floyd Mayweather’s Koenigsegg
The Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita of the boxer Floyd Mayweather has cost him $4.8 million. For optimum performance, the flashy car has a body made of carbon fiber and an integrated fuel. In 2.9 seconds, the acceleration reaches 62 mph, and the braking distance is 32 meters. Mayweather is a two-time winner of The Ring magazine’s Fighter of the Year award, a three-time winner of the Boxing Writers Association of America Fighter of the Year award, and a six-time winner of the Best Fighter ESPY Award, with an estimated net worth of $400 million. He has been named one of the greatest boxers ever.
Kim Kardashian’s Ferrari
Ferrari F430 is just one of the most impressive cars in the reality TV star Kim Kardashian, a collection of cars. The V8 petrol engine comes with the F430, which has a speed of up to 62 mph in 3.9 seconds. In 2009, when she was dating Reggie Bush, the reality TV star reportedly bought the car. The value of the vehicle is estimated to be $186,925, but recently she was not seen driving the vehicle. Apparently, she prefers her Bentley Continental, and Bentley has hotly promoted those sightings. With her long list of perfume and diet pills, it’s also possible that Ferrari hasn’t just offered her a deal to endorse their car.
Ralph Lauren’s Bugatti
Ralph Lauren owns a mere $40 million worth of one of the two Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic cars. The 1938 model, made of a light but flammable magnesium alloy called Elektron, is Ralph’s prized possession. It is considered a monument to pre-war Europe and won the Concorso d’Eleganze Villa d’Este. There was one source who said, “It’s a beautiful car, but not $40 million beautiful. Then again, in that rarefied air, you’re not paying for value, but for exclusivity. Still, anyway I try to slice it, I can’t help but think that $40 million for a car is ridiculous.”
Range Rovers Are Kate Moss’ Style
Kate Moss was spotted at the Range Rover dealership in London in 2014, where she drove off with a new model in black. Since Moss was involved in a car accident at the back of her previous Range Rove in September 2000, she is relying on her safety to the carmaker. The model was driven by a chauffeur to a Vogue shoot when he collided with a high-speed car and set the Rover on its side. Moss was airlifted to the hospital, but only minor injuries were found. It looks like she’s a lifelong owner of the Range Rover!
Tom Cruise Has Plenty of Whips
Not only does Actor Tom Cruise have a lot of cars in his garage, but he also has motorcycles as well. The Bugatti Veyron must be one of his flashiest vehicles. The mid-engine sports car was built by Volkswagen and has an incredible top speed of 253 miles per hour, making it the fastest street-legal production car in the world. One of the first people to buy the car was Cruise, and he drove it to the premiere of Mission Impossible III, captivating fans. Other vehicles included in his collection include the Ford Mustang Saleen S281 and the 1958 Chevrolet Corvette.
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