A fleet of hypercars worth well over $100 million has just been flown from LA to Macau for a car show.
A total of 17 hypercars were loaded onto one jet destined for the 2023 Hypercar Exhibition in Macau.
Among them was a Bugatti Mistral, McLaren Speedtail, and a Koenigsegg Agera.
Alongside the Bugatti Mistral was a McLaren P1 GTR-18, Pagani Huayra, McLaren Sabre, Aston Martin One-77, and Lamborghini Centenario, just to name a few.
The incredible photos showing all 17 hypercars lined up side-by-side were just taken by Justin Quemado.
And JP Logistics & Motorsports was responsible for the mammoth task of transporting the fleet.
JP Logistics & Motorsports also highlighted a carbon-fiber covered Porsche 911 customized by Gunther Werks.
It’s unclear whether the collection is owned by one person or not, but we know at least a couple of the supercars are owned by entrepreneur Dan Ami.
The supercar fleet was actually first spotted by automotive vlogger effspot.
The cars were hidden in a corner of LAX Airport, all with plastic protective covers over them.
Sitting behind a barbed wire fence at the airport, the collection was estimated to be worth about $50 million.
But now we’ve been treated to a closer look at the fleet, we know that was a very humble estimate.
If you want an even better look, the collection will be on display at the 2023 Hypercar Exhibition in Macau until the end of November.
But if you don’t want to travel to Macau to see a multimillion-dollar supercar collection, you can take a look at this one right here.
The nine-figure collection includes a diamond-covered Bugatti Divo, Bugatti Chiron, Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse L’Or Rouge, and a Pagani Huayra Roadster.
Supercar Blondie’s Alex Hirschi walked us through the incredible private collection in the above YouTube vid.