Owning more than 7,000 supercars worth $ 5 billion, F1 racing collection won the championship in the past 30 years, the Sultan of Brunei makes many people amazed by his luxury car hobby.
Rich, powerful, King Hassanal Bolkiah holds many records of spending levels such as spending up to $ 17 million to bid on a Renoir painting, giving his daughter the birthday of the plane. The Airbus A340 is worth $ 100 million, the most luxurious mansion in the world. Most notably is the record of having the most cars in the world with more than 7,000 units worth up to $ 5 billion.
According to incomplete statistics on the Daily Mirror, in the garage of the Sultan of Brunei, there are about 604 Rolls Royce, 574 Mercedes – Benz, 452 Ferrari, 382 Bentley, 209 BMW, 129 Jaguard, many cars. Koenigsegg, 21 Lamborghini cars, 11 Aston Martins, 2 McLaren F1s and 1 SSC.
Collection of F1 racing cars
In particular, the Sultan of Brunei also owns a collection of F1 racing cars that have won the championship every year from 1980 to the present. The cars are not completely “copies” but are real cars bought directly from champions such as Ferrari, McLaren …
With 604 Rolls-Royce in the collection, it is thought that the Sultan of Brunei may have bought more than half of its production worldwide over the 10 years from 1990 to 2000.
10 out of 11 Aston Martin cars in the world’s largest car collection, is a very rare supercar produced limited to Aston Martin one – 77. It is known that this car is only produced 77 units worldwide. but the Sultan of Brunei has owned 10.
And yet, the supercar also has two rare Ferrari Mytho, a unique Jaguar XJ220 designed by Pininfarina, Benley Java, Benley Dominator 4×4, the only Mercedes CLKGTR with right hand drive designed for the King, the only Porche Carma, the Koenigsegg Agera CC GT and Cicero BDB Maestro are also the only concepts produced. The Sultan of Brunei also spent $ 14 million to 24k gold plated on the Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Limo.
Most of the cars in this huge collection are kept in 5 secret hangars with a team of experts from many different car manufacturers to keep the car in good condition. According to calculations, if the King used a car every day, it takes 13.5 years for all 7,000 vehicles to be rolled.