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Inside John Cena’s EPIC car collection, including the Ford GT which got him in big trouble

by | Last updated on Aug 18, 2022 at 4:53PM | Published on Aug 2, 2022 | Celebrities

John Cena is officially in Fortnite and gamers are losing their minds. 

The WWE world champion is entering the ring as part of Epic’s SummerSlam event. 

He’s now also made his way onto Rocket League, where he’s got a bright green Octane Decal not dissimilar to the actor’s real-life Lamborghini Gallardo.

John Cena cars

So, to celebrate the wrestler-turned-actor’s foray into gaming, we’re taking a deep dive into his incredible car collection. 

And he’s a legit gear-head who loves cars.

He doesn’t just collect them to use as Instagram fodder. 

4. Ford GT $478,750 

The star made headlines in 2018 when he flipped his $500,000 Ford GT. 

And Ford didn’t like that at all.

Cena was one of Ford’s hand-picked customers to receive the supercar in 2017, and as part of the selection process, he signed an agreement stipulating that he was not allowed to sell the car for two years. 

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Cena didn’t listen to that and flipped the 2017 Ford GT just a few months after receiving it. 

After violating the sales agreement, Cena settled with the Ford Motor Company, agreeing to pay an unspecified amount of money to the company. 

He also issued a public apology, saying “I love the Ford GT and apologize to Ford and encourage others who own the car to respect the contract”. 

3. Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 $198,000

This 2009 Lamborghini Gallardo is a stand-out in Cena’s collection – and not only because it’s so bright that it’s hard to look away from. 

In Verde Scandal green, it was believed to be the only one of its kind back when the wrestler owned it. 

Fast-forward to 2022, and lime citrus green is the go-to color option for supercar makers. 

Still impressive to this day, Cena’s 2009 Gallardo could go from 0-60mph in 3.7 seconds. 

Cena put the Gallardo up for sale for $145,988 in 2017 – possibly to make room in his garage for the Ford GT. 

2. Ferrari F430 Spider – $250,000

Cena showed off his 2007 Ferrari F430 Spider in his YouTube show Auto Geek

What he loved most about it was its six-speed gated manual transmission. 

In fact, it was one of the last manual transmissions offered by Ferrari. 

The brand stopped offering manuals after the California and 599 GTB Fiorano model. 

The 599 was Ferrari’s fastest stick shift ever, but also spelled the end of manual transmission for the brand.

And it’s got to be one of the most beautiful in the ‘John Cena cars’ collection.

1. The InCENArator – priceless

This car started out as a C5 Corvette convertible… but that was before Cena came along.

Called the InCENArator – yep, he named it after himself – the car has been totally customized. 

It now has a canopy that opens up, split windshields, and looks more like a spaceship than a Corvette. 

It also has eight pipes at the back which look like exhaust pipes, but they’re not. 

They’re actually flame throwers – because what else would you expect from a car customized by the WWE professional.

John Cena CarsPrice
2017 Ford GT$500,000
2006 Ford GT$150,000
Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4$198,000
Ferrari F430 Spider$250,000
Ford Mustang – Parnelli Jones Limited Edition$50,000
2007 Dodge Charger SRT-8$35,000
1989 Jeep Wrangler$15,000
1984 Cadillac Coupe$5,000
1969 COPO Chevrolet Camaro$150,000
1970 Plymouth Super-Bird$250,000
2006 Dodge Viper$80,000
2009 Chevy Corvette ZR1$100,000
1966 Dodge Hemi Charger 426$110,000

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