Most celebrities buy Rolls and Bentleys and Ferraris, but some of them go the extra mile (and spend the extra dollar) to get limited-edition supercars few people can get.
From one-off concept cars to track-ready racers, these are some of the craziest cars owned by celebrities.
Aston Martin One 77 – $1.8M
One of Aston Martin‘s rarest supercars, the One-77 was introduced in 2008 with a stylish aerodynamic design, sharp lines and low profile on a lightweight carbon fiber monocoque chassis.
Packing a punch under the hood, it’s fitted with a 7.3-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine, 750 horsepower and has a top speed of 220 MPH.
Only 77 units were made but former Cameroonian soccer player, Samuel Eto’o, owns one.
Ferrari Monza – $2M
Counting Gordon Ramsay, Cristiano Ronaldo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic amongst its famous fans, the Ferrari Monza SP is one of the most extreme Prancing Horse supercars you can buy.
It’s based on the Ferrari 812 Superfast, but its unique design was inspired by race cars from the 1950s.
The open-top design has a low windshield and a safety roll bar.
Choose from the single-seater Monza SP1 and the Monza SP2 which can carry a passenger – both valued at $2 million.
Bugatti Chiron – $3.1M
Here’s yet another car in Ronaldo’s impressive fleet as he tops Forbes’ World Highest-Paid Athletes 2023 list.
Out of his three Bugattis, the Chiron is arguably the most impressive in his fleet and, of course, features top specifications and his CR7 logo.
It can reach speeds of 260 mph and does 0-60 in under 2.5 seconds.
1955 Porsche 550 RS – $3M
The first race car for the German automobile manufacturer, the 550 RS really earned its racing stripes and nickname: “Giant Killer”.
With only 90 ever made, its rare and people will pay some serious cash to get their hands on one for their collection.
And, labelled the richest comedian earlier in 2023, Jerry Seinfeld laid down some serious cash on this $3-million model.
Maybach Exelero – $8M
A collaboration between Stola and DaimlerChrysler, this one-of-a-kind model was designed with Fulda to test high-performance tyres.
Combining the quality of a limousine with the smooth power of a sports coupé, its V12 twin-turbo engine can reach speeds of 350km/h.
There were rumors that Jay-Z owned this Maybach two-seater after using it in one of his music videos.
However, the Exelero is actually owned by fellow rapper Birdman.
Bugatti Centodieci – $12M
One of just ten on the road – and the planet – it was built to celebrate the brand’s 110th anniversary and pay homage to the Bugatti EB110SS.
Yet another part of Ronaldo’s fleet, the footballer bought the 1600 horse power Bugatti in March 2020 while at Juventus.
The supercar can go from 0-100 km/h in 2.4 seconds.
McLaren F1 – $20M
According to the brand, Gordon Murray’s creation is considered one of the “greatest supercar ever built”.
The fastest naturally aspirated road car ever built, only 106 were made making it one of the most exclusive cars in the world today.
Famous faces behind the wheel include Ralph Lauren, Jay Leno, Elon Musk and Lewis Hamilton.
Rolls-Royce Boat Tail
Designed to reflect the nautical grace of J-class yachts and classic racing cars , this supercar is all about customisation.
The highly bespoke and luxury car can be extensively modified to meet the owner’s specific requirements.
At a whopping 5.8 metres long, it uses a modified version of the Phantom’s aluminium space frame architecture.
Under the bonnet, it boasts the same twin-turbocharged 6.75-litre V12 engine and a 0-62mph time of around 5.3 seconds.
Their second time on our list of the most expensive cars owned by celebrities, Jay-Z and Beyoncé reportedly commissioned a model.
It came complete with a “rear deck” featuring a cocktail table and parasol.
Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic – $40M
With his rare, fine-car collection stored in a hidden park building in New York, fashion designer, Ralph Lauren acquired this beauty in 1988.
One of only three ever made, it’s been restored, maintained and entered into Pebble Beach and Villa d’Este, where it has taken the top prize.
Arguably the first supercar ever made in the 1930s, its low stance, powerful engine, lightweight construction, 123 mph (200 kph) top speed and influential teardrop body is a stunning example of art-deco design.
Ferrari 250 GTO – $55.8M
At home on the road or track, this supercar legend tops our list of the most expensive cars owned by celebrities.
It was widely regarded as the car that summed up Ferrari’s philosophy best.
Exceptional handling and performance made it a popular choice among racing enthusiasts.
Celebrities who own it include Ralph Lauren and Nick Mason of Pink Floyd.