Nick Cannon has just announced he is expecting his 10th child.
The talk show host is now just one child away from a football team, but there’s no need for concern because he’s got enough room for everyone.
While he doesn’t have a mini-van, he’s got more than enough seats between his collection of Ferraris, Rolls Royce and Lamborghinis.
So, let’s take a moment to appreciate the ‘Nick Cannon car collection’.
2008 Ferrari 599 – $590,000
Cannon bought his Ferrari 599 in 2008 for about $300,000.
But the car has increased in value massively since then and it’s now worth almost double what he bought it for.
It’s hard to find one for less than $590,000 these days.
In 2010, Ferrari unveiled the upgraded 599 GTO, aptly limited to just 599 units.
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2006 Ford GT – $300,000
Cannon, who’s hosted The Nick Cannon Show, America’s Got Talent, Lip Sync Battle Shorties, and The Masked Singer, is the proud owner of a Ford GT.
The comedian told Jay Leno he bought the GT because it reminded him of the Hotwheels cars he owned as a kid.
The Ford GT has also gone up in value since the talk show host bought it in 2006 for about $150,000.
The GT is one of the most fawned-over cars in the world, so it’s no surprise the rapper-actor-comedian got his hands on one.
2016 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe – $500,000
Cannon, now 41, said he bought the Drophead Coupe as a present for his grandfather James Cannon.
He said it was his grandad’s dream car, and certainly an upgrade from his 1973 Buick.
Unfortunately, his grandfather died not long after he gifted the Rolls Royce in 2016.
Cannon has since been pictured driving the Coupe with his ex-wife Mariah Carey, whom he shares twins Monroe and Moroccan with.
2013 Ferrari California – $200,000
Despite owning the 452 hp V8 California, Cannon isn’t a fan of speed.
Instead, he told Leno he liked to cruise and ‘be seen’.
“Between you and me I think Nick misses the whole post of these supercars, but hey, to each his own,” Leno said.
2020 Custom Toyota Tundra
When the comedian bought his brand new Toyota Tundra in 2020, he drove it straight to West Coast Customs to be pimped out by the team.
Cannon gave Ryan Friedlinghaus some instructions.
“Raise it, all black everything, straight out of Mad Max, put some underwater pipes on it, make it look like a big rig just in case the apocalypse goes down,” he said.
“I want it high, like monster truck high.”
And that’s what they did.
The Toyota Tundra turned into a beast and is one of the most epic additions to the Nick Cannon car collection.
Cannon is also rumored to have an Audi R8, Mercedes SLS, Lamborghini Murcielago, Maserati Quatraporte and Lamborghini Veneno Roadster in his collection.