Bugatti Veyron $1.7 Million You probably won’t be surprised to learn Flo Rida, also known as Tramar Lacel Dillard, is from Florida. He’s an extremely successful hip-hop artist with a flashy grin. With his success, what’s not to smile about? Well, maybe that Miami Beach DUI acquired while cruising one of his Bugatti Veyrons, the $1.7 million chrome wrapped one.
Pictured here is his other $1.7 million Veyron, wrapped in gold chrome. It’s eye-popping, yet indulgent, like a giant gold-foil chocolate Easter Bunny. Hit songs like “Low” and his reboot “Right Round” of the Eighties Dead or Alive band “You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)” have fueled his tanks. More to come. He dropped the news on Instagram that an album’s due out this year.
Chevrolet Bel Air $99K NASCAR racer Kyle Busch has been dominating the track by out-winning drivers consistently. These guys get paid per victory. Busch does a victory lap practically every other race, replete with the requisite 360 burn-outs that are greatly anticipated and appreciated by NASCAR fans. Busch loves his fans, he loves racing for M&M, he loves fast cars and is lucky enough to race one each week. Zooming around the track at 180-200 mph for four hours at a time, what a fantastic job!
Forgetting where he was, in 2011 Busch was cited for reckless driving when he “got carried away” test driving a Lexus LFA. He was clocked at 128 mph. Apparently, ‘I’m-a-professional-I-know-what-I’m-doing’ didn’t pan out. Collecting vintage cars is a hobby of his. He has this classic 1956 Bel Air two-tone coupe. He purchased the beautiful old car for $99,000. To acquire it, he sold off his classic yellow Corvette Z06 and an ultra-classic 1969 Camaro. Driving the Bel Air helps him keep his speed down.
Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita $4.8 Million Ah, the Koenigsegg. Known for out-performing the Bugatti Veyron to become the world’s fastest car. This magnificent feat occurred in November of 2017. Also noteworthy, it doubled the price of the latter. The Koenigsegg hypercar, a product of Sweden, came out of the 25-year-old performance machine automotive manufacturer. In 2002, their first street-legal car, the CC8S was introduced. What our undefeated world boxing champion Floyd Mayweather, Jr. owns here is the formidable CCXR Trevita, unveiled in 2006 and one of only two models built. “Trevita,” from Swedish, is “three whites,” referring to the Trevita’s body which is made of Koenigsegg’s proprietary diamond-coated carbon fiber.
It runs on gasoline and biofuel reaching top speeds of 245 mph. In 2017, it was the Koenigsegg Agera that beat the Bugatti at a blistering 278 mph. For Mayweather, owning the rare Koenigsegg is a statement. Similar to an art collector, it’s akin to owning an original masterwork, just as many of the rare and valuable cars on this list. World-class athletes like Mayweather who hold hundreds of millions of dollars in net worth get to make exciting investments!
Bugatti Veyron $2.2 Million The Game’s rap act is as flamboyant and lucrative as the rest. He’s a West Coast rap scene performer born and raised in the downtown L.A. neighborhood of Compton. His third studio album titled LAX gives you an idea of his vicinity. Jayceon Tarrell Taylor was born to parents active in the infamous Crips gang living in a Crips area. The Game joined the Bloods with his brother. “Dysfunctional” is one way to describe his upbringing, at least that’s what Game told MTV News. In 2016, the rapper was targeted in a drive-by shooting.
His Mercedes G-Wagon took a few pockmarks, but no one was shot. He’s legit. His brother was shot and killed at age 17 and Game nearly died from shot wounds in 2001. The loss of his brother and his own survival influenced and inspired the rapper. Here’s his Bugatti Veyron custom painted and worth about $2.2 million. It’s just one in his extensive assemblage that he brags of and catalogs on his Instagram page. If you see a red candy apple Porsche Panamera Turbo ripping through the L.A. area, it’s probably The Game.
Lamborghini Murciélago $2 Million Curtis James Jackson III has come a long way since growing up in NYC in a South Jamaican quarter of Queens dealing drugs as a 12-year-old during the ‘80s crack epidemic. 50 Cent was discovered by Eminem who took him in at Shady Records under the wing of Dr. Dre’s production company. Thirty million album sales later, 50 cent has a $30 million net worth. He also has this Lamborghini Murciélago that cost $2 million.
That’s along with his Chrome Lamborghini Gallardo, Ferrari F430 (some serious prize), a Range Rover, Bentley, Rolls Royce, and Pontiac G8. Most recently, he flaunted his custom Versace Lamborghini on Instagram wearing a matching gold and royal blue Versace outfit. It’s something to see. He’s not shy about showboating his outrageous style.