10. Kim Kardashian’s Ferrari F430
Price: MSRP of $186,925.
Kim Kardashian, the reality TV star is usually spotted with her black Bentley Continental GT, but this Ferrari F430 is a notch above the GT. Kim earns from various endorsements which includes her perfume line, diet pills and appearances with which she can certainly afford the $3,812 monthly payment. Other reality TV stars also have some stunning expensive cars but appearing on a reality TV show would be worth, especially if it buys you $500,000+ worth of vehicles.
9. Paris Hilton’s Bentley GT Continental
Paris Hilton wanted her pink Bentley Continental GT to be special and so she ordered for a $285,000 diamond-encrusted dashboard. She bought the pink Bentley for herself in December 2008. Everything is pink– the sheetmetal, grille, wheels, and most of the interior. Paris Hilton says”We’re not really fans of the color, but we’d still take her as a Secret Santa! ”
8. P. Diddy’s Maybach
Sean P. Diddy Combs presented Maybach as a present for his son, Justin on his birthday. It would be the best gift a kid could receive for his birthday. Maybach was one of the most expensive cars on the market. This car was wrapped in a red bow, and came equipped with a driver to escort him around New York City because Justin didn’t have his license. It’s would not be the typical car people learn on!
7. David Beckham’s Custom Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophe
Price: MSRP of $407,000, not including the customized wheels or accessories.
David Beckham is often spotted with his three sons in his customized Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead. This model features custom built 24″ Savini Forged wheels, color-matched exterior trim and Beckham’s “23″ embroidered onto the seats.
6. Jay Leno’s Mercedes SLR McLaren
Price: MSRP of $450,000
Jay Leno is a huge car fan who has a 17,000-square-foot garage filled with cars like 1906 Stanley Steamer, 1970 Dodge Challenger to the more recent EcoJet. In fact, he has so many cars and he owns a Web site showing his collection: JayLenosGarage.com. Among all the cars he has, the Mercedes SLR is his favorite. It’s the fastest car he has ever driven.
5. Nicolas Cage’s Ferrari Enzo
Price: Base price is $670,000
Nick Cage sold this masterpiece because of the massive amount of debt he’s recently accrued. His Ferrari Enzo went 217 mph, or 0-60 in 3.4 seconds. Featuring a F140 Aluminum V12 Engine, its one of the 399 ever been produced. After Gone In 60 Seconds,he has got used to driving fast and needed a racecar for everyday life but it would be useful to have few dollars in the bank instead of spending on the car which you can’t afford.
4. Jerry Seinfeld’s Porsche 959
Seinfeld, an automobile enthusiast and car collector, owns one of the largest Porsche collections in the world. He rented a place at the Santa Monica Airport, in Santa Monica, California, for storage of some of the vehicles in the collection. His garage contains 46 cars and among those the centerpiece is a $700,000 Porsche 959, one of only 337 ever built. Unfortunately Jerry can’t drive it because the car doesn’t passed US emissions test!
3. Simon Cowell’s Bugatti Veyron
Price: base price is $1,700,000
Simon owns his bangin’ Bugatti Veyron. This car can reach 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds and up to 267 mph – making it the second fastest car in the world. Simon also has a collection a Ferrari, Rolls Royce Phantom, and is waiting for the 100EX Cabriolet.
2. Rapper Birdman’s Bugatti Veyron
Price: $2 Million
Southern rapper Bryan Williams has treated himself to a Bugatti Veyron. This European car is not only the most expensive but also the fastest street legal car on the planet. The rapper takes as much pics as possible during the the. His very own business card reads: “I am expensive.”
1. Jay Z’s Maybach Exelero
If you’re on the top of Forbes’ lists every year, then an $8 million ride wouldn’t worry you. Jay drives the Maybach Exelero, the freaking Batmobile in the music video of his song, “Lost One”. Despite weighing over 2.66 tonnes, It can reach a speed of 218.38mph. It is capable of acceleration from 0-60mph in 4.4 seconds.