Athletes And Actors Drive Some Of The Most Insane, And Expensive, Cars On The Planet

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When it comes to owning the coolest, fastest, most badass cars in the world, no one does it better than pro athletes. Floyd Mayweather alone could pretty much open his own dealership of some of the finest vehicles in the world.

He’s certainly not alone though. Check some of these sweet rides out…

David Beckham drives a custom Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead with an estimated price tag of $407,000. Here’s one Floyd Mayweather copped awhile back.

Amazingly, Beckham’s Rolls isn’t even the most expensive version of the Phantom Drophead. The 2017 model with a v12 and 8-speed automatic boasts an MSRP of $492,000.

Cavaliers superstar J.R Smith enjoys rolling around in a Gurkha F5, the armored military and law enforcement vehicle you may have seen in the Fast Five movie worth around $450,000.

Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo likes to bump around in a $1.9 million Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse. Can you imagine driving something that cost almost $2 million? Wonder what the monthly insurance premium on that bad boy is?

In 2016, this vehicle set the world speed record for open-top production sports cars at a tick over 254 mph.

Yes, it’s good to be good at sports.

Don’t sleep on celebrities though when it comes to exotic automotive choices, they too have no shortage of money to spend on the sweetest cars in the world.

For example, Nicolas Cage’s Ferrari Enzo, one of only 400 ever made, cost somewhere in the neighborhood of $670,000.

Jerry Seinfeld enjoys cruising around town in a Porsche that would give the average guy sticker shock at a cost of around $700,000.

While Tom Cruise, you guessed it, tools around in a Bugatti Veyron with a price tag of around $1.7 million.

I really should have paid more attention in drama class.

If you’re really into cars, I highly suggest following these Instagram accounts to fuel all your FOMO fantasies.

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