Billionaire gives tour of home garage that holds multi-million dollar supercar collection

  • Billionaire Adrian Portelli is known for his love of cars
  • The Aussie was named one of Australia’s richest people in March
  • In his collection are cars worth upwards of £1 million

Published on Jun 05, 2024 at 3:32 PM (UTC+4)
by Ben Thompson

Last updated on Jun 05, 2024 at 3:45 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Tom Wood

A petrolhead billionaire has given his followers a serious case of car envy with his garage tour.

Adrian Portelli, also known as ‘Mr Lambo’, is known for his lavish car collection.

The 35-year-old property investor is frequently showing off his haul on Instagram, which includes a £1 million McLaren hypercar.

Last month, he gave followers a look inside one of his carports – and let’s just say, you won’t be finding any old paint cans in this garage.

What cars are in Adrian Portelli’s garage?

Among the vehicles parked inside were a Lamborghini, a high-tech dune buggy, and a golf buggy.

This isn’t the first time that the Aussie big spender has shown off his collection, as his Instagram is awash with posed up-pics with his motors.

Suffice to say, Portelli spares no expense in housing his cars either.

Whilst his $800,000 2023 black Lamborghini Huracan STO sits on the bottom floor of his building, his sports cars had to be craned up into his penthouse apartment.

I don’t know the exact cost of lifting a car up to the 57th floor of a Melbourne building, but let’s just say, I’m glad I’m not footing the bill.

The apartment itself already cost him a pretty penny.

When purchased last year, it broke the city’s record for the most expensive flat – at an eyewatering $39 million.

Despite the expense, Portelli is reportedly only spending his weekends there.

But given that he was named one of Australia’s wealthiest people in March, I doubt he’s sweating too much about getting his money’s worth.


Ben Thompson

Ben got his start in journalism at Kennedy News and Media, writing stories for national newspapers, websites and magazines. Now working as a freelancer, he divides his time between teaching at News Associates and writing for news sites on all subjects.