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YouTuber who collects supercars breaks down his eye-watering monthly payments

The collection costs him six figures per month.
  • You won’t believe the monthly cost for this YouTuber’s supercars
  • Steve Hamilton is founder of The Hamilton Collection and SD Wheel
  • He explains how much he pays per month for some of his cars and why he chooses financing over paying in full

Published on Dec 6, 2023 at 4:42PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Dec 7, 2023 at 1:20PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Adam Gray
YouTuber who collects supercars breaks down his eye-watering monthly payments

The monthly cost for this YouTuber’s supercars is unimaginably expensive.

Steve Hamilton is founder of The Hamilton Collection and SD Wheel – and just one of his supercars costs $38k per month.

In fact, in total the YouTuber shells out an unbelievable $135,000 per month on car payments for his fleet.

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He’s always been honest about financing cars but never revealed the real reason why before.

In addition to creating YouTube content, Hamilton also amassed his wealth via SD Wheel.

His business is a mail order aftermarket wheel and tire company.

What’s more, he also uses his fortune to help others access supercars, via The Hamilton Collection.

The smart service allows users to rent a slot with a supercar, rather than making a huge financial commitment.

YouTube/The Hamilton Collection

Most people who buy supercars finance them rather than paying outright.

That’s because paying cash means tying up millions that could be invested elsewhere – like downpayment on other vehicles.

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While some of his supercars required a seven-figure deposit, Hamilton decided to finance several cars in his fleet.

The Bugatti Chiron SS required $1.75 million down, his Rimac Nevera cost $1.125 million outright, his Koenigsegg Jesko was an initial $1.8 million, his Hennessey Venom F5 Revolution $1 million, and the Pagani Utopia was $360,000.

His Tesla Roadster and Koenigsegg Gemera required smaller deposits to bring the total to $6.5 million.

He has several more supercars including a Bugatti Chiron on the way, too.

Let’s take a look at some of the car’s in Hamilton’s garage taking a chunk of change out of his monthly income.

Ferrari LaFerrari

Cost: $38,691 per month

Pagani Huayra Roadster

Cost: $31,138 per month

McLaren P1

Cost: $7,079 per month

McLaren 675LT

Cost: $6,207 per month

Lamborghini Urus

Cost: $4,056 per month

Tesla Model X

Cost: $2,396 per month

Tesla Model X

Cost: $1,658 per month

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