Donald Trump is estimated to be worth approximately 4.5 Billion dollars, so what kind of cars does a man this wealthy own? You will be surprised to find out that among his Rolls Royce’s and Mercedes, there are some odd cars that most folks would never guess that he has in his collection. A few cars in his exquisite collection come with some great stories as well. In certain parts of the country, it seems that Trump has his name on everything. He owns skyscrapers, hotels, golf courses, mansions, helicopters, and of course, cars. While a man that has his own $100 million private jet, and has a fondness for limousines probably doesn’t get behind the wheel much, his taste in cars is, unsurprisingly, expensive. Following the lead of all billionaire playboys, Donald Trump has amassed an impressive expensive Donald Trump cars.
10.1993 Cadillac Allante Price: $14000
This two-door two-seater features classic Mercedes lines, convertible top and a 4.1 liter V8. Since Mr. Trump and his current wife are both above average in height, no one- would be comfortable in the back seats of this car, even if they existed. Also a onetime Indianapolis 500 pace car, the Allanté was designed to compete in the high end market for personal race cars that could manage normal street conditions. We don’t know if Mr. Trump purchased the model with illuminated roll bar, but we are pretty sure that roll bar has never been tested by him.
9.2016 Cadillac Escalade Price:$40,000
Let’s face it; very few rich people can resist the sheer luxury and spaciousness that Cadillac’s largest car ever has to offer. But refinement and size aren’t everything this land yacht has to offer. Underneath its slab-sided nose is a 6.2L V8 capable enough of generating 420 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque. Although it also guzzles fuel like there’s no tomorrow, Mr. President doesn’t have to worry about that. One upside of him owning the Escalade is that the SUV is American made.
2011 Chevrolet Camaro Indianapolis 500 Pace Car Price: $ 47,000
By 2011, Trump was experiencing resurgence in popularity thanks to The Apprentice, and was asked to drive the pace car at the 100th Indianapolis 500. But even then, he was controversial enough to draw some serious criticism. After a growing Facebook campaign to ouster Trump, he stepped down due to “scheduling conflicts,” and was replaced with legendary driver A.J. Foyt. Too bad – the one of 500 Camaro Pace Car editions came with a 426 horsepower 6.2 liter V8, just about every option available, and a color scheme to match the legendary ’69 Camaro pace car. Despite dozens of photos of Trump posing with the drop-top Chevy, there’s no word on whether he actually drove it.
7. 1956 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud Price: $90,000
Trump loves opulent, and no car is more opulent than a Rolls-Royce. Unsurprisingly, he’s a huge fan of England’s finest, with a 1950s-era model like this ’56 Silver Cloud reportedly being his first car. Even in the off chance he wins the election, it’s unlikely that the Secret Service would replace the presidential fleet of Cadillacs with Rollers anytime soon. It’s reported that this car was one of the first cars that Donald Trump ever owned. Because of his great love for the Rolls Royce brand and this type being so special, the story goes that he had Rolls to build him one just like his original car. After all, it’s not every day you see one of these cruising down the road, but if you do, it always causes you to look twice! They just don’t make them like this anymore, that is unless your last name is Trump and you ask the factory to build you one.
Tesla Roadster: Price $109,000
Although Mr. Trump isn’t exactly petite, that doesn’t hinder him from owning small cars. If they’re good, that is. Well, Tesla Roadster isn’t exactly the sharpest vehicle Elon Musk’s team ever produced. But it is compact. That’s one out of two, I guess. Anyway, the Lotus-inspired all-electric roadster is another American made car in Donald Trump’s garage full of imports. That’s nice to hear, especially with his presidential campaign promises. We don’t exactly know the year of his Tesla Roadster, but EV sports car was available between 2008 and 2012. Back then it sported little more than 200-mile range, but has been updated since. With a fully-charged range of only 200 miles in ideal circumstances, one has to wonder where, if ever, the millionaire, real estate mogul plans to drive his Tesla, Donald Trump cars. In this case, he can’t be planning anything in his usual over-sized way. The tiny Tesla has only two seats and will be a tight squeeze for the 6’2″ Trump.
5. 2015 Mercedes-Maybach S600 Price: $200,000
When it was released in 2003, the SLR represented Mercedes’s return to the supercar market since the iconic 300SL of the ’50s, and McLaren’s follow-up to its iconic F1. With its outrageous wind-cheating design, and 5.4 liter supercharged V8 putting out 617 horsepower and 575 pound-feet of torque, it was one of the most impressive performers of its era. It was also one of the most expensive — with a $455,000 price tag, it was out of the reach of all but the wealthiest buyers. Enter Trump, who took delivery of one in front of Trump Tower in 2005. This super luxury version of the S-class series, includes heat and massage seats, heated armrests, aroma pump to gently scent the cabin air with attractive fragrance, and a 3D surround sound system with 24 speakers. It may take every one of this car’s 603 horses to transport all that luxury and Donald Trump in addition. Uniquely, the Maybach was created based on the assumption that anyone who could afford it would have a personal driver. This oddity may have also contributed to its less than stellar success, even if Donald Trump did purchase one.
2007 Ferrari F430 F1 Coupe $ 350,000
Driven perhaps by his even-handed international attitude, Donald Trump does have a Ferrari, though which model is kept under wraps. He may have purchased it because he feel in love with the distinctive logo of a prancing horse with the Italian colors superimposed over. On a rare outing in his Ferrari, Mr. Trump may be additionally supporting the company by donning appropriate corporate attire. This does not refer to his typical $5000 power suit, but to the very successful merchandising available and coveted by senior and novice driver alike. Picture Mr. Trump in a Ferrari shirt, wearing Ferrari scent (the smell of money, perhaps?), with his Ferrari sunglasses firmly in place.
3.2003 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Price: $455,000
In the early 2000’s, this was the pinnacle of high-dollar sports cars; it carries the names “Benz” and “McLaren”, so what more could you ask for? 2003 was the first year they produced this sleek-looking sport coupe and was limited to only 370 cars. Its V8 engine cranked out a whopping 617 horsepower and 575 lb. ft. of torque. Those are still very impressive numbers. With a price tag of over $450,000, this car is sure to be a good investment. A 2005 acquisition, the Mercedes-Benz SLR cost Mr. Trump 544,000. To avoid the fuss of traveling to Europe to pick it up, the company agreed to deliver it to him at Trump Towers. Inspired by low-profile race cars, the SLR features the oh-so-cool scissor doors, inset Mercedes-Benz logo, and complex, wave-like vents. Of course, Trump purchased the manual transmission version. He may not drive it or anything often, but when he does he wants the full race car drive experience.
1997 Lamborghini Diablo VT Price: $460,000
If he’s in the mood for less subtle elegance and worse boy racer, he can hop into his electric blue Lamborghini Diablo. Able to reach 202 mph, the Diablo has rear-wheel drive and the engine is mounted in the midpoint of the body for added stability. Standard features include adjustable steering wheel and seats, high tech sound system, now classic Lamborghini scissor doors and electric windows. We assume Mr. Trump invested in the optional custom-molded seat. Why purchase the car if you’re not going to be comfortable when you drive it? Introduced in 1990, the Diablo picked up where the insane ’74-’90 Countach left off. With a 6.0 liter V12, the Lambo had a top speed of over 200 miles per hour. Trump had a blue VT model, meaning it had an all-wheel drive system delivering 530 horsepower to all four corners. Trump’s car showed up on Reddit a few years ago, complete with his name on a plaque on the door.
2015 Rolls Royce Phantom Price: $500,000
You can’t expect someone who loves vehicles as much as Donald does to be satisfied with a single Rolls-Royce, Donald Trump cars. These hand-made, British rides come in so many styles and with such variable features, that Mr. Trump may well have a wing of his garage dedicated to housing them. Trump has earned many billions of dollars since that first Rolls, so today it isn’t uncommon to see him behind the wheel of a new Phantom when he feels like driving himself. The big Phantom starts at around $500,000, but nearly everything can be built and designed to the owner’s specifications. Knowing Trump’s penchant for gold, it’s a safe bet that his cars cost twice as much. The Phantom is not a low profile car, though that has never been a problem for Donald Trump. There is no confirmation on what color he selected for his phantom, but with 44, 000 colors available, even the demanding Mr. Trump must be satisfied. The voice activated navigation system may, by now, be as used to the voice of The Donald as the many viewers of The Apprentice are.