Who Owns Some of the Most Expensive Cars in the World?
Some people make a hobby of collecting cars, which make everyone else green with envy. After all, only a lucky few can actually afford to splurge on anything that has four wheels and runs from 0 to 60 mph in under 4 seconds. Some collectors like ‘em classic and sleek, while others take ‘em as they come.
The Sultan of Brunei
Being a sultan and all, it’s easy to start a car collection and grow it continuously. This is especially true that his preferences vary widely, constantly keeping an eye out for exotic, luxury and classic cars. The sultan’s entire collection is reported to have a net worth of $300 million, and his priciest vehicle is the custom-made Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Limousine, which is worth $14 million. Blame it on the 24k gold features.
Apart from being a fashion mogul, Ralph Lauren is also an avid collector of cars. Unlike the Sultan of Brunei, however, his preferences are very specific. Judging from the hot engines kept in this massive garage, he is partial to the color red. He’s kept his collection in an all-red category, which is why his collection includes lots of Ferrari. Place in all-white platform, set in all-black carpet, Ralph Lauren’s red cars definitely stand out.
Jay Leno can be considered the ultimate car collector. Aside from the cars and motorcycles in his collection, he has a warehouse garage that is equipped with special tools for working on cars, including welding machines, plasma cutter and sheet metal English wheel. The vehicles he collects vary in age, engine configuration, price, brand and other elements. Simply put, it is as diverse as it can get.
Ken Lingenfelter’s car collection is what dreams are made of, as it includes some of the biggest brands in the auto industry. On top of 20 Lamborghini Reventon, he also keeps a good number of Corvettes, Mustang, Bugatti, Porsche and American muscle cars.