It's no secret that most celebrities have money, and they love to spend it. One of their biggest indulgences is cars, as stars are often spotted cruising around Hollywood in the best and flashiest automobiles money can buy. There are a few famous faces that take this auto obsession to the next level, however, and their rides are enough to make any car enthusiast green with envy.
The world "sensation" may barely be of legal driving age, but that hasn't stopped him from stocking up on some of the hottest cars on the market. On his last birthday - his 18th - the singer received a $100,000 Fisker Karma. It's covered in chrome, making it hard to miss on the streets - especially by police, who have already pulled Bieber over several times for speeding and making unsafe left turns, Us Magazine reports.
That's not the star's only ride. Bieber has also been spotted in a Cadillac CTS-V coupe that underwent several rounds of car repair to look just like the Batmobile, complete with the words "Batmobile" embedded into the backseat, The Toronto Sun reports. His other rides have included a Smart Car, redesigned to say "Swag Car," and a Ferrari.
When Jay-Z and his superstar wife Beyonce exchange gifts, they can afford the top of the line. The car he received from his spouse for his 41st birthday in 2010 was no different, as the Bugatti Grand Sport is estimated to have cost the singer around $2 million. According to ABC News, it is one of the most expensive cars in the world, prompting Jay-Z to include it in the music video for the song "Otis," which he did with Kanye West. Those who have seen the video shouldn't fret, as the vehicle destroyed with a blowtorch and saw is actually a $373,000 Maybach instead, reports Us Magazine.
As one of the most well-known soccer players in the world, David Beckham makes sure he travels in style. The Sun reports that he has been known to cruise around in a Bentley, Ferrari, Range Rover, BMW 645 and Lamborghini Gallardo, but when he wasn't able to enjoy all of them he decided to put some up for auction, where they pulled in more than $500,000. While he splits his fleet between his homes in London and Los Angeles, he always rides in style.