Rezvani Tank $178K Popular American entertainer Jamie Foxx is known for his Oscar-winning role portraying Ray Charles. He’s a Grammy-winning musician with chart-topping singles. And he’s loved as a stand-up comedian. Is he trying to be funny with one of his new rides? It’s a tank. Literally. The Rezvani Tank he bought cost $178,000, reasonable compared with his custom Bugatti Veyron wrapped in gold, but how much protection does he need running Nobu to grab a bite? The military-grade monster truck is stylistically based on the Jeep Wrangler.
It’s a 500-horsepower V8 beast replete with night vision, a thermal camera, and bullet-resistant armor built of Kevlar. The fuel tanks are also made of Kevlar. It’s built to withstand Mad Max scenarios! The extreme machine, built by Rezvani Motors, home of the Rezvani Beast supercar, is based in Irvine, California. It was founded by Iranian-American Ferris Rezvani, a former Aston Martin executive. “Tank,” the company’s extreme SUV, premiered November 2017.
Ford F-650 Supercrew $124K Massive Lakers legend, Shaquille O’Neal is a truck man but he collects cars as well. One of his properties, the Orlando estate, boasts a 17-car garage. Instilling his love for cars, he bought his son not one, but two supercars for his 16th birthday, including a Lambo. Caveat. He won’t be able to drive it until he pulls himself out of a B-average. But back to his truck collection. Originally, the basketball legend owned a 2009 Ford F-350.
The F-350 is a heavy-duty Lariat model super modified to an upscale luxury chariot that only Shaq has. He sold it on Auto Trader in 2013. Now he owns a gigantic truck as big as the man himself. Staying with Ford, O’Neal picked up the SuperTruck of trucks, an F-650! Even before he customized it for $124,150, it came stocked with high-tech navigation and entertainment, heated seats, and a 6.7-liter Powerstroke V8 diesel engine with 330 horsepower and 750 pound-feet of torque. It also comes stocked with a cab that can handle the driver. At 7-foot-1, 325 pounds, he’s had to customize most of his other cars for size.
Jaguar E-Type Priceless Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle, from Southern California, started as a movie star. Marrying into the British royal family by wedding Prince Harry, the grandson of the Queen finds her the proud owner of this rare and beautiful steel-blue Jaguar E-Type. The electric ultra-luxury vehicle was a one-of-a-kind, exclusive model reserved especially for the newlywed royal couple’s ceremonious transport from Windsor Castle to the reception.
The priceless prototype she and Prince Harry own has finally become available to the buying public, by private order only. The Jaguar E-Type is a vintage-styled convertible based on the 1968 model that Enzo Ferrari called “the most beautiful car in the world.” Their E-Type Concept Zero Jaguar produces zero emissions and travels a range of 170 miles on a full charge. It is zippy-fast, racing 0-60 in 5.5 seconds.
Cadillac Escalade $75K Drop-dead gorgeous fashion model and Hollywood star Denise Richards got her break in a music video she starred in as a 15-year-old. The sky’s the limit since then, and now she’s sitting pretty with a $12 million net worth. For getting around town, Richards purchased this slick black Cadillac Escalade for $75,000. It’s a powerfully smooth ride with a lavishly comfy interior. It’s the perfect mode of transportation for herself and her three kids, and husband Aaron Phypers.
She has two daughters from her first marriage with Charlie Sheen who she met in 1991 filming the comedy Loaded Weapon 1. Also, the Escalade can get her to the set of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills. The actress was brought on board for its ninth season.
Ferrari 458 Italia $270K Manny Pacquiao is a world champion boxer from the Philippines who raked in over a billion dollars on pay-per-view earnings making him the second-highest-paid athlete in 2015. More recently, he’s appropriated his fame and influence to get elected as a Senator in the Philippine government representing the province of Sarangani. Though, he continues to fight as an eight-division world champion. He won the seat in a landslide victory and is insanely popular. His biggest problem? He was smacked with a $75 million tax evasion lawsuit. For his part, Pacquiao vows to eradicate poverty by his role in government.
His rags to riches story began as a 14-year-old living on the street becoming a boxer. Now he can live in any home he wants and drive the most expensive cars. Here he is pictured with his Ferrari 458 Italia, a high-end Italian engineering machine with a $270,000 price tag. He also enjoys cruising his Porsche Cayenne Turbo, his Mercedes-Benz SLK and his Lincoln Navigator.