Kylian Mbappe owns one of the world’s most sublime cars

  • Mbappe also owns a Mercedes, a Range Rover, a BMW and an Audi
  • The Paris Saint-Germain and France soccer player is one of the best in the world
  • Mbappe’s car translates from Italian to mean ‘track’

Published on Jan 01, 2024 at 1:56 PM (UTC+4)
by Peter Fraser

Last updated on Jan 12, 2024 at 3:28 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Adam Gray

Kylian Mbappe owns one of the world’s most sublime cars

When you’re one of the world’s best soccer players, there isn’t much you can’t buy with your massive salary, whether that is a mansion or a Ferrari.

That is certainly the case for Kylian Mbappe.

The Paris Saint-Germain and France attacker, who is reported to be a transfer target for Real Madrid, would not struggle to find the money he needs.

He can afford mansions, fashion and most luxury goods. In fact, people have even designed incredible concept houses for the 25-year-old.

Kylian Mbappe, featured image
Kylian Mbappe / Instagram (left), Wiki Commons (right)

But Mbappe, who was rumored to be close to a billion dollar move to Saudi Arabia last summer, also has an amazing car collection.

It includes a Mercedes, a Range Rover, a BMW, lots of Volkswagens, and an Audi.

However, the pick of the bunch has got to be his Ferrari 488 Pista, which is one of the world’s coolest cars.

The Pista looks so good and is Ferrari’s “special series sports car with the highest level yet of technological transfer from racing”.

Pista actually translates from Italian to mean ‘track’.

Ferrari says of the car: “Technically, the Ferrari 488 Pista encompasses all of the experience built up on the world’s circuits by the 488 Challenge and the 488 GTE.”

The engine is the most powerful V8 in Ferrari history, so it is not difficult to see why Mbappe wanted one in his collection.

It is the most expensive in Mbappe’s list of cars and that’s not bad for a 25-year-old, is it?

He is reported to have a net worth of $180 million, so he didn’t struggle to buy the Pista.

And it is worth every cent when you know it can do 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 2.8 seconds. Not bad for the streets of Paris.

Mbappe isn’t one to flash his cars across his social media accounts, but we wouldn’t blame him if he did.


Peter Fraser