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EAT YOUR HEART OUT AT THE EXPENSIVE CARS OF FAMOUS CELEBRITIES

Jay Z

Famous American rapper, songwriter, entrepreneur and record producer Shawn Corel Carter, popularly known as Jay Z is at the top of the list of celebrities with expensive cars. He is the proud owner of a personalized Maybach Exelero which he reportedly bought for a whooping US$8 million. Aside from being the flashiest luxury cars today, it is also one of the fastest with a top speed of 218 mph. Jay Z also owns a customized Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport that his wife Beyonce bought for him at US$ 2 million as a birthday present. The master rapper also owns a Pagani Zonda F, Rolls-Royce Phantom, Ferrari F430 Spider, Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet, Bentley Continental GT, Tesla Model S, Mercedes-Benz S-Class, and many more. His wife, Beyonce, also has her own sets of expensive car collection which include several Ferraris, Rolls Royces, and Mercedes Benzes.

So there you have it, the top ten famous celebrities with expensive toys resting in their garages. All of their cars combined could perhaps amount to more than a hundred million dollars. Jay Leno’s car collection alone can reportedly reach US$50 million while namesake Jay Z’s is around US$15million. If you notice, half of the celebrities on this list are rappers. Don’t you wish you know how to expertly rap too? Another thing to note is that almost all of them own Ferraris, Mercedes Benzes, Lamborghinis, and Rolls Royces. Aside from the wonderful features and looks that these cars have, they’re status symbols that perfectly fit the prestige of these celebrities.

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Eat Your Heart Out At The Expensive Cars Of Famous Celebrities

50 Cent

Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, who admitted to peddling drugs when he was still a teenager, is a popular rapper with millions to his name. He owns two Lamborghini Murcielago, one is coated in chrome and the other one sports a bright blue paint. 50 Cent said he bought his Lamborghinis each with a price tag of US$320,000. Aside from his Lambos, he also owns a Rolls Royce Phantom, Ghost, a Ferrari F50, a Bentley Mulsane, and a bulletproof Chevrolet Suburban. The latter one remains an enigma. Even his closest friends didn’t know any threats to his life save for that one instant when he was still in his teens. While he may sometimes be seen being chauffeured around in one of his 2 Rolls Royces, he likes to drive his Lamborghinis. In fact, he makes it a point to ride each one of them at least once a week.

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Eat Your Heart Out At The Expensive Cars Of Famous Celebrities

David Beckham

The renowned soccer player is also known for his love of cars. He owns a Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead that he had the luxury car company customize for him. Among the special features included are color-matched exterior trim, 24” Savini Forged wheels, and his jersey number 23 embroidered on the seats. The price of Beckham’s Rolls-Royce amounted to US$407,000 not including the accessories and customized wheels. He is often spotted driving his car along with his three sons with the car’s top down. His wallet has become from his stint with the L.A. Galaxy, Manchester United, and Real Madrid. As if that was not enough, he also owns a Rolls-Royce Ghost, Porsche, two Ferraris, Aston Martin, Jaguar, two Bentleys, McLaren, and many more. Added to that is his Lamborghini Gallardo which is a supercar specially designed for drivers who desire top-level performance.

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2019 Rolls Royce Cars

Rolls Royce News

Rolls Royce cars are timeless staples. The brand is synonymous to opulence and style. They have every car for your every need. 2019 is an exciting year as they drop new releases. Get yourself oriented with the hottest releases for 2019:

2019 Rolls Royce Phantom Sedan

The Phantom stems from the mid-twenties, making it one of the oldest nameplates in the market. The interior is everything you’d expect from about half a million dollars’ worth: plush, comfortable, luxurious. Compared to its priors, this car sports a contemporary design with aggressive curves and edgy cuts. It has 563-hp V-12, 563-hp, and 664 lb-ft. of torque. Its weight of 3 tons isn’t a problem as it can still accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds. Turbo-lag is practically nonexistent.

2019 Rolls Royce Cullinan

This is the car of the wealthy. It is aptly named the Cullinan, after the infamous gargantuan diamond of 3106.8 carats. It is perfect for flaunting off the main roads as well as taking adventurous trails. This 4×4 SUV is right on trend as everyone is preferring cars for adventurous escapades. This car is said to be a strong contender against Bentley Bentayga, Lamborghini Urus, Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged, Mercedes AMG-G65, Porsche Cayenne Turbo, and Bell 206 Jet Ranger.

This 210.3-inch SUV has the Rolls Royce trademark of 12 cylinders and strong first impressions. The large 22-inch wheels can still give you a smooth ride with the updated self-leveling air suspension. Its eight-speed automatic, 563-hp V-12, 627 lb-ft of torque, and brakes are all tuned for smoothness; even at 3 tons, the engine purrs quietly. It retails for $420,325.

It has a spacious interior that has luxury spilled all over it, with wooden trims and a panoramic windshield. The doors can be opened and closed with the use of buttons, as if having an invisible chauffeur. The five-seat option is perfect for a family while the four-seat one has reclining and massaging seats.

2019 Rolls Royce Dawn

This two-door convertible is an eye-candy. The wheelbase is derived from the Wraith except slightly longer and hence more spacious. It has no problems with steep curves and is a good companion in traffic. It has a BMW-derived 6.6L twin turbocharged V-12 engine and 593 hp. Despite being heavier and essentially less powerful than the Wraith, it makes up for it with seamless acceleration. The Dawn is priced at $340,000.

Worried that these cars are too pricey for your budget? Worry no more because you can still get the premium experience through car rentals! Contact a nearby dealer who can hook you up with the hottest 2019 Rolls Royce wheels.

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Rolls Royce Cullinan

Most anticipated cars of 2019 Rolls Royce Cullinan

We’re living in the golden era of motoring. Sure, internal-combustion engines are on their way out, but they’re going out with a bang. Currently, the automotive spectrum of cars available is wider than ever. With that being said, here are our favorites you can look out for in 2019

With the current craze of SUV popularity still on the rise, it’s only logical that even the more expensive brands such as Rolls-Royce had to get in on the action just to stay out of bankruptcy and increase profit. Ten years ago we would have laughed at the idea of an SUV Rolls-Royce or a Bentley, but today, people seem to be buying these cars by the millions. The new Cullinan is the answer to Bentley’s Bentayga and Lamborghini’s Urus. Although the new SUV will launch sometime by the end of this year and the beginning of 2019, we’ve already got plenty of info about it. Just like the Range Rover Sport the Cullinan uses an all-aluminum spaceframe chassis to keep the weight down, and it features Rolls’ legendary self-leveling air suspension like the one seen in the Phantom. Under the hood sits a 6.75-liter twin-turbo V12 with 563 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque. Its off-road credentials remain to be seen, but as is the case with most of these luxurious SUVs, very few if any owners will take them beyond a light gravel road leading up to their mansion.

 

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Rolls Royce Ghost vs Rolls Royce Wraith

Rolls Royce Ghost vs Rolls Royce Wraith

The Rolls Royce Ghost is a full-size luxury car manufactured by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. The car
was given the nameplate “Ghost” in honor of Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost, the car first produced in
1906. Its production has been underway since 2009 with Andreas Thurner and Charles Coldham
being the lead designers. The Ghost adopts a 4-door saloon body style.

Rolls-Royce Wraith on the other hand is based on Ghost’s architecture but has been transformed into a 2 – door coupe grand tourer. It also adopts most of its platform from the BMW F01.
Production has been underway since 2013 with Pavle Trpinac as its chief designer.

Rolls Royce Technical specifications:

Rolls Royce Performance Statistics
Rolls-Royce Ghost can accelerate from 0 – 60 mph (97 km/h) in just 4.7 seconds. It has a top
speed of 155 mph (250 km/h). Wraith is slightly faster, doing the 0 – 60 mph in less than 4.6
seconds, with a top speed electronically limited to 260 km/h. It has a combined cycle fuel
consumption of 10.2 kilometers per liter.
Rolls-Royce Ghost has a 2960 kg gross weight, which is 150 kg more than Rolls-Royce Wraith.

Rolls Royce Engine Data
The Ghost feature a 6592 cc V12 twin turbo engine that can deliver 562 hp (419 kW) at 5250
rpm and 780 Nm (575 lb-ft) torque at 1500 rpm. This power plant, codenamed N74B66 is a
modified version of the BMW N74 V12 engine. The wright uses the same 6592 cc V12 twin
turbo engine but delivers an extra 61 hp and 20 Nm torque both at 5600 rpm and (1500 – 5500)
rpm respectively.

Transmission
Rolls Royce Wraith uses an 8-speed ZF 8HP90 automatic transmission which falls short to the
ZF 8-speed PRNDLTronic “satellite aided transmission” adopted in Ghost’s latest models. With
this state of the art technology on its series II models, the vehicle uses GPS data, driver driving
style and road condition analysis to select the most appropriate gear ratio.
Ghost finds pleasure in its old rear wheel drive platform and is yet to feature the All-Wheel
Drive system adopted by Rolls-Royce Wraith.

Interior design
Ghost has a new and more comfortable seats. The infotainment system is featuring BMW’s latest
technology. The soft natural grain leather upholstery interior is impressive. The small rear
windscreen doesn’t offer impressive visibility, but this is, however, compensated by the huge
front door mirrors which provide exceptional rear view. There is plenty of leg room, head room
and the boot is more spacious than the Rolls-Royce Wraith. The Wraith’s interior comfort has
been spiced, however, by the wood trims, dyed leather and chrome fittings.

Exterior design
Rolls-Royce Ghost now has newly redesigned advance and adaptive LED headlights and
daytime running lights. More sweeping lines at the bottom of the Pantheon grilles graces the
front appearance of the vehicle. It has adopted Phantom’s rear-hinged back-doors which makes
access to the back seats simpler.

They are equipped with the same front and rear ventilated disc brake systems and 19-inch and
20-inch forged alloy wheels in Ghost and Wraith respectively.

Steering and Suspension system
They are both equipped with double wishbone front axle and multi-link rear axle, front and rear
suspension systems. The Ghost uses an electric power steering system but Rolls-Royce opted for
a hydraulic power steering for the Wraith.

Dimensions
Rolls-Royce Ghost has an extended wheelbase and length of 3465 mm and 5569 mm
respectively when compared with Wraith’s wheelbase and length of 3112 mm and 5268 mm.
They both, however, maintain widths off 1948 mm.

 

References

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[4] Auto.ndtv, “Rolls-Royce Dawn vs Ghost vs Wraith," Auto.ndtv, [Online]. Available:
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Rolls-Royce Cullinan Rental

Rolls Royce Cullinan Rental

It was only a matter of time wasn’t it? The popularity of the SUV has forced even the most luxurious of car manufacturers to start making them. Think of Jaguar and the F-Pace or Bentley and the Bentayga. Rolls Royce Cullinan Rental is set to join in on the action soon, with this: the Cullinan. Because Rolls is owned by BMW, we can expect it to share a platform with the X6, much like the Bentayga shares its platform with the Audi Q7. Make no mistake though, it will be a proper Rolls-Royce inside. Expensive leather, sumptuous comfort, and craftsmanship to die for.

Although Rolls-Royce has no history with SUVs, the company cited vehicles from the past which have been successful in events such as the Scottish Reliability Trials and the Alpine Trials, and had the ability to carry their owners “over challenging terrain with absolute reliability and comfort” in Australia, India, and other parts of the world.

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Our Top Exotic Cars To Drive In 2018

Our Top Exotic Cars To Drive In 2018

Driving a Bentley Continental Flying Spur Our Top Exotic Cars To Drive In 2018, which is equipped with a Twin-Turbo 6.0litre W12 engine, blessed with a ZF 6-Speed automatic transmission and can go from 0-60 in only 4 seconds, is a dream for most men out there.

You pick a guy on random and ask him about any car that he would like to drive on any silky road of the country, 8-10 guys would pick this bad boy. But the problem arise when these guys see the bright price tag on the car. A car worth around $200K must have some real tricks up its trunk, but unfortunately, not many people have that kind of money to spend.

Worry not, dear car enthusiasts, because now, you don’t have to BUY cars for you to fulfill your dreams, you can just rent an exotic 4-wheeling beast and run around town in it. So without further ado, let’s take a look at some of the top exotic cars and their rent.

Rolls Royce Drophead:

Let’s start off with the first choice of every elegant man who knows the true meaning of class. Rolls Royce has always been a symbol of class and stature, but Drophead, which is a convertible car with a 450hp V12 engine purring it on, ups the ante like only it could. And with a rent of around $2,000 to $5,000, you’re almost ready to turn your favorite dream of driving a Rolls Royce, into a reality.

Aston Martin DBS Volante:

The choice of Champions and rock stars, as evident from the fact that Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo owns a sleek Aston Martin DBS. This hunk(we are talking about the car) may have a lot of sex-appeal, but it is its ability to conquer everything in its path, which impresses us the most.  Boasting a 510hp V12 engine and reaching top speed of 191mph, this demon of an automobile costs around $280,000, but you can rent it for around $1000 to $3000 per day.

Ferrari 458 Italia:

It doesn’t matter how many participants a race has, when the race starts, it ends with a Ferrari 458https://777exotics.com/ferrari-458-italia-coupe-rentals/ Italia winning it. There’s a reason why the king of Formula 1, Michael Schumacher, drove Ferrari, go figure. This car is the OH MY GOD combination of strong and stunning, and it can hit a top speed of over 200mph. Drive it now for around $1000 to $4000 per day.

Lamborghini LP640 Roadster:

If you want a three word description for Lamborghini LP640 Roadster, “Ferrari on Steroids”. A car valued at around a staggering, $465,000, this one has a 640hp V12 engine with an E-gear 6-speed semiautomatic transmission. This little monster reaches a top speed of 205mph, so it is safe to say that the only thing faster than a Lambo, is lightening.

Audi R8 Spyder:

Audi R8 Spyder, Check. A stunner, Check. 525hp V10 engine, Check. 7-speed S tronic dual-clutch, Check. Top speed of 195mph, Check. 0-60 in 3.4 Seconds, Check. Driving it around in rain, snow, or scorching heat, we will leave that to your choice. Get this amazingly gorgeous car for rent at $1000-$3000 per day.

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