Inside the eclectic car collection of Migos rapper Quavo

From his classic Cadillac to his outlandish Lambo Aventador.

by | Published on 2nd Nov 2022

Quavious ‘Quavo‘ Keyate Marshall is best known as the cofounder and frontman of American rap group Migos.

He is also known for having a crazy and eclectic car collection.

From his Rolls-Royce Cullinan to a 1981 Cadillac Eldorado, Quavo is really serious about his cars.

Check it out.

5. 1981 Cadillac Eldorado – $120,000

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We probably should start with his Cadillac because it’s just so unique.

It’s a proper lowrider.


Quavo used several different hues of pink and gold for the exterior and adorned the car with gold-plated wing mirrors.

The cabin is equally flashy, with thick white leather for the upholstery, decorated with pink piping.

These days you can buy a 1980s Cadillac Eldorado in good condition for about $10,000-$15,000.

However, Quavo claims he spent about $120,000 on his Eldorado.

With those mods? We’re not surprised.

4. Tesla Model X by West Coast Customs – $200,000

Quavo’s Tesla Model X looks relatively normal but you can still easily spot some of the changes he’s made.

In order to do that, the rapper turned to tuning specialist West Coast Customs – yup, the one from ‘Pimp My Ride’.

The exterior is painted in ‘Bloody Red’, and the same color was used for the upholstery in the cabin and the star-studded headliner.

He also added some cool vintage-style ‘dish’ wheels to complete the look.

Strangely, these modifications actually made the car rather compelling.

3. McLaren 720S – $300,000

For some reason it feels weird to talk about a car owned by Quavo that has not been modified in any way.

Quavo bought the McLaren 720S a few years ago to celebrate an award nomination and amazingly, he kept it in factory condition.

It looks great, though.

It’s painted white with black accents, including black wing mirrors and wheels.

And the price? About $300,000.

2. Rolls-Royce Cullinan by Dreamworks – $450,000

Can you even call yourself a rapper if you don’t own a Rolls-Royce Cullinan?

Probably not – that’s why Migos Quavo added one to his car collection.

But the Migos rapper went further by adding massive 26-inch orange wheels and orange accents for the exterior.

The interior was also customized with orange upholstery and orange and purple lights for the Cullinan’s iconic ‘Starlight’ Headliner.

All things considered, it doesn’t even look that crazy.

1. Lamborghini Aventador by Dreamworks – $500,000

Quavo’s Lamborghini Aventador was heavily customized by Dreamworks Motorsports – the same company that built Odell Beckham Jr’s Lambo.

This is definitely one of the craziest cars in Migos Quavo ‘s car collection.

We don’t even know where to start because there’s a lot to unpack.

The body was painted using a deep, vivid shade of purple as a base before applying several silk-screen printed details.

Among other things, we find the words ‘yes sir’, ‘pure water’, ‘drip’, and ‘culture’.

Along with ‘Huncho’ – one of Quavo’s nicknames – and ‘Migos’, the name of his rap group.

Last but not least, there’s a portrait of Quavo himself on the roof of the car.

And then, to top it all off, Dreamworks added some neon LED lights under the car.

About Migos

Migos is an American rap group founded in Georgia in 2008.

Widely regarded as one of the most influental hip hop groups in the 2010s, it was originally founded by rappers Quavo, Takeoff and Offset – all three hailing from Georgia.

However, Offset has mostly been focusing on his solo career in recent years, and after Takeoff’s passing in November 2022, Quavo remains the only active member of the group.



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