Of course, Shaq's Rolls Royce Phantom tops the charts as probably the best vehicle the 4-time NBA champion owns. The big man bought one for himself and also one for LeBron James' birthday in 2009, which means O'Neal might be the best teammate anyone could ever have.
17 His Mansion Can Fit 17 Cars In The Garage
Most of us normal folk are lucky if one car fits in the garage. As for Shaq, he isn't playing around with his car collection. Back in his stunning Orlando estate, O'Neal has a 17-car garage!
The Shaq's garage also houses some other best cars of the era. Customized Dodge Challenger, Lamborghini Gallardo, sheriff's Dodge SRT charger Hellcat, RAM 1500, Sprinter Van of America, Cadillac Escalade, Chevrolet G1500, Rolls-Royce Phantom, Ferrari F355, and Mercedes S550.
Shaq is a car guy, you probably know that, and this isn't even his first Hellcat. He also has, or had at one point, a Widebody Challenger Hellcat, so the man has taste. The Hell of Famer got this Charger Hellcat compliments of his friends at Swaggpack Shaq, Atlanta Street Xecs and Padgett Motor Sports.
Not all of Mark Zuckerberg's cars are modest machines. The Meta CEO likes to spend his dollars on supercars, as well. Well, at least one supercar anyway. His prized possession is a Pagani Huayra, a super-exclusive two-seater that can cost anywhere between $1.5 million and $2 million.
Bentley Azure, Arnage and Continental GT (2003)
Like most US sports stars, The Big Shaqtus has several Bentleys, but he actually bought all three of his at the same time. Shaq told Vanity Fair: “I was playing for the Los Angeles Lakers and there's a Rolls-Royce dealership in Beverly Hills.
Bezos' Honda Accord comes with a 2.2-liter 4-cylinder engine that makes 145 hp. Honda also equipped the Accord with automatic transmission, power locks, and air conditioning.
Shaquille O'Neal's turning 50 this weekend, but he ain't slowing down ... in fact, the NBA legend's literally getting faster after getting a brand new, customized Dodge Charger Hellcat for his big day.
Jordan loved his Ferrari, which we often saw him drive. Although enthralled with the Italian manufacturer, Jordan had an affinity for Porsches. Jordan owned the 930, 964, and 993 models during his NBA career.
14 He Was Able To Fit Inside His Lamborghini Gallardo.
Sports cars usually have very low seats that can be quite difficult to get used to even for average-sized people. Shaq is not new to this problem. As you already know, he had his Dodge challenger modified in order for him to fit inside it.
Shaq does indeed drive a Buick, brand spokesman Nick Richards confirmed today.
The base Challenger SRT Hellcat starts at an MSRP of $61,380, but that's before adding tax, licensing, and registration costs, along with a gas guzzler tax of $1,700 and a destination charge of $1,595.
The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is the highest horsepower production V8 in the world, and the first production car designed to run on high octane fuel. Since it does 0-60mph in an insanely dizzying 2.3 seconds, it has one of the highest acceleration g-forces in any production car in the world – that of 1.8g.
2019 Tesla Model S Performance
Of his massive car collection, the Tesla Model S is the one Musk drives most often. Considering the Model S is the most comfortable and accommodating of the entire Tesla lineup, that shouldn't come as much of a surprise.
Coming to the vehicles he owns, he travels in is a Cadillac XTS, which Buffett bought in 2014. At the time, its retail price was around USD 45,000. Perhaps the nonagenarian is a fan of Cadillac, as he had a 2006 Cadillac DTS before General Motors' Chief Executive Mary Barra convinced him to upgrade his ride.
Instead of opting for something flashy, he gets behind the wheel of his tried-and-true 2014 Cadillac XTS. If you met Warren Buffett, you'd never guess that he's one of the richest men in the world. And he's proud of that. He still lives in the first home he purchased in Nebraska for about $35,000.
SuperTruck specifically states it builds quite a few of these monster machines every year, each of which are done up to the buyer's liking and unique in their own right. Shaq's F-650 Extreme isn't a carbon copy of the commercial F-650 truck, but it's pretty darn close.
Shaq knows a thing or two about the Rolls-Royce Phantom. Not only does he own one, but he also bought the ride for both LeBron James and the President of the United States. Shaq is among a long list of athletes that have purchased the Rolls Royce. Floyd Mayweather has a garage filled with the luxury car.
In the 1980s he drove Porsches; by the 2000s he was driving Mercedes SL55 AMGs. By replacing each car with a nearly identical one twice a year, it meant he never had to have a license plate.
Tiger may drive his Porsche Carrera GT and a golf cart now and then, but don't be surprised if you see him driving around in a Hyundai Genesis. They've sponsored the PGA tour three years in a row and are known as Hyundai's new luxury brand. They cost around $60,000 depending on features added.
Justin Bieber purchased the Lamborghini Aventador when he was just 18. The luxury sports car is equipped with a 6.5-litre V12 engine, which lets the Aventador dash to 60 miles per hour in just 2.9 seconds. Lamborghini Aventador comes with a price tag of Rs. 6.25 Cr.
On paper, the Dodge Demon price is $84,995 MSRP. If you want a passenger seat, it is $1. The rear seats are $1.
They're out to make a big payday. According to Jalopnik, when reached for pricing, a sales manager admitted, reluctantly, that the dealer wants $200,000 for each. No wonder they don't list that price online—the Demon debuted with an $85,000 MSRP.