Chelsea billionaire owner, Roman Abramovich’s amazing fleet of motors worth £16million, including £285k number plate. He may be currently banned from re-entering the United Kingdom; owing to the British Government’s ongoing feud with Roman’s pal Vladimir Putin, but he will be able to console himself with his stunning car collection that’s worth an eye-watering £10MILLION.
7. Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR – £1m
— ⓐⓛⓟⓗⓐ ⓜⓐⓡⓚⓔⓣⓘⓝⓖ ⓢⓞⓛⓤⓣⓘⓞⓝⓢ (@AMS_socialmedia) January 5, 2018
The mid-90s stunner was built for endurance racing and was one of the cars seen at Abramovich’s famous Nurburgring track day. The car is much-loved by petrolheads and was a winner in both the 1997 and 1998 FIA GT World Championships.
6. Maserati MC12 Corsa -£1.1m
Dont even blink if this Maserati MC12 Corsa passes by…😍 pic.twitter.com/8kucTKyV3S
— Cars (@CarParadise) August 26, 2014
A car not meant for the road. Only 12 of these beauties were made in demand after the car won the 2005 GT Manufacturers Cup; the cars were not used for research and development, but purely “in response to customer demand,” according to Edward Butler, GM of Maserati.
5. Aston Martin Vulcan -£1.2m
Aston Martin Vulcan Limited Edition pic.twitter.com/Dm5nG4EpvE
— Goals For Guys (@Goals4Guys) May 6, 2018
The limited edition, track-only Aston Martin was launched in 2015, with only 24 made around the world. The carbon-fibre racer does 0-60mph in 2.9secs and a top speed 224mph. At a cost of around £1.2m when it was launched (it’ll be worth more now), owners aren’t even allowed to drive it without permission from the supercar manufacturer.
4. Bugatti Veyron -£1.5m
Blacked out Bugatti Veyron. pic.twitter.com/bkIM6JXzgh
— Formula1 Geek (@FormulaOneGeek) May 26, 2018
The car that every serious collector has to own. The German-French built hypercar held the record for the fastest street-legal car ever built. Capable of an eye-watering 267mph.