The ultimate joy ride for luxury vehicle enthusiasts



Justin Bieber has a garage full of expensive cars to go along with plethora of gold records. The 23-year-old has already spent nearly a decade in the spotlight, accumulating a reported $225 million in total career earnings. Bieber has since decided that buying luxurious cars is a good way to spend a large portion of his disposable income. Here are a few of the celebrity car collector’s notable vehicles:

Ferrari F430

This car can be called Bieber’s first love – the pop singer bought this customized Ferrari back when he was just 16 years old. But his affection for the car could not stop him from making some alterations. In 2103, Bieber changed the color of the car for a third time – painting it black. Today, the car is worth nearly $250,000.

Fisker Karma

This 2012 luxury sports sedan is a favorite amongst Hollywood's elite. The sleek, gray design that Bieber has definitely attracts a lot of attention whenever he takes the Karma out for a joy ride. The car boasts a 120-kW motor, which equates to 161 horsepower.

Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2 Spyder

This is Bieber’s most well-known vehicle…. mainly because he got arrested in this car in 2014. The Canadian native was speeding around the Miami Beach area when he was pulled over and charged with drag racing and DUI. This $250,000 vehicle is capable of going 0-60 in 4.2 seconds.

Liberty Walk Ferrari 458 Italia

Apparently, Bieber just didn’t have enough room in his garage for this 2011 model. The singer made the difficult decision to put the vehicle up for auction back in January. The Ferrari comes equipped with an eight-cylinder, 4.5-liter engine. The car fetched $434,000 when the sale was finalized at the Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Bieber’s last world tour concluded back in July. His latest album Purpose, has gone platinum three times in the United States, finishing third on the Billboard’s year end chart in 2016. Bieber released a single called ‘Friends’ in mid-August, peaking at number twenty in the U.S.