DaBaby Car Collection Worth Over $2.5 Million in 2022
Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, more popularly known as DaBaby is an American pop star that rose to fame after releasing some mixtapes in his early years. By 2019, he rose to fame with his debut studio album ‘Baby on Baby’, which reached the 7th position on the Billboard 200 charts. Since then, his second and third studio albums also reached similar popularity, with ‘Blame it on Baby’ reaching number one status in the US.
With a successful music career, DaBaby’s net worth is estimated to be $6 million. As with all rappers, DaBaby lives a lavish life with his fortune, spending a considerable amount of it on luxurious and fast cars. Let’s take a look at rapper Dababy’s car collection which is estimated to be worth over $2.5 million. DaBaby currently owns three Lamborghinis, two Mercedes-Maybachs, and two Rolls-Royces.
Mercedes Maybach GLS 600 – $200,000
Mercedes Maybach GLS 600 is one of the most recent entries into his garage as the Rapper turned 29. And the Maybach GLS 600 is one of the most luxurious SUVs available in the market which offers the utmost opulence and comfort. It comes standard with the best of the best that Merc has to offer- premium Nappa leather, premium wood, and all the latest creature comfort tech. Completing the set are two ultra-comfortable captain chairs in the middle row. Powering the Maybach GLS 600 SUV is a 4L twin-turbocharged V-8 paired with a 9-speed automatic transmission; this duo churns out 550 hp and 538 lb-ft of torque. Despite the heft, the SUV will glide to 60 MPH in just 4.8 seconds thanks to the added power from the EQBoost 48V hybrid system. Maybach GLS 600 is also popular for its standard air suspension setup. Prices start at $175,000 and can easily cross $200,000 with options.
Mercedes Maybach S650 – $340,000
Coming to the second Maybach on this list, DaBaby purchased the Mercedes Maybach S650 in Aug 2020. It is the flagship sedan from the brand, pretty much offering all the high-end features you can ask for. It comes with a massive 6L BiTurbo V12 engine churning out 621 hp and 738 lb-ft of torque. With a long wheelbase and plenty of space on the inside, the Maybach S650 is the ultimate car if you like to be chauffeured around. Adding to the comfort, Mercedes also offers features like massaging rear seats with reclining and a long list of tech. The two lounge-like seats at the back offer exceptional comfort. You get a complete royal experience with electrically operated rear doors, a refrigerator, and even folding rear tables. Other notable additions include a 64-color ambient lighting system, heated and ventilated front seats with massaging function, an air ionizing system with fragrance, and more. With all these options, the Maybach S650 can cost well over $300,000.
Lamborghini Urus – $250,000
No car collection is complete without a few Lamborghinis and the Urus is the first on that list. As the first SUV offered by the brand, the Urus aims to offer a lot of practicality and performance in a single package. The Urus is also the preferred commuter of the rapper after the Mercedes Maybach GLS 600. It comes equipped with a 4L twin-turbo V8 engine that churns out 641 hp and 626 lb-ft of torque. At throttle wide open, this SUV can reach 0- 60 MPH in just 3.1 seconds. It can hit a top speed of 191 MPH. Prices start at $218,000 and can quickly go up with a few options.
Lamborghini Huracan Spyder – $250,000
DaBaby got his hands on the Huracan Spyder on his birthday as a gift from the CEO of South Coast Music Group. It comes equipped with a 5.2L V-10 under the hood, producing over 600 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque. With a starting price of $220,000, the Huracan is one of the more expensive options on this list, especially in its convertible avatar. 0-60 MPH comes up in under 3 seconds, making the Huracan a deceptively fast supercar that can keep everyone on their toes, especially at a racetrack.
Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster – $460,000
Aventador S Roadster is also the most expensive car owned by DaBaby, coming in at $460,000. The orange shade also looks unique and stands out on the roads. Powered by a unique 6.5 naturally aspirated V-12 engine producing 730 hp and 509 lb-ft of torque, the Aventador reaches 60 MPH in just 2.9 seconds, making it the fastest car in the collection. Top speed is also impressive at 217 MPH. Aventador is also one of the last cars from the brand to get a naturally aspirated V-12 engine, making it more unique.
Rolls-Royce Dawn – $360,000
Rolls-Royce Dawn is the second most expensive car on this list, a 2-door convertible offered by the British marquee. It is also the first Rolls-Royce bought by the rapper. Rappers have an eye for RR and the Dawn is used in a lot of song shoots. DaBaby has specced his Dawn with red interiors with custom stitching and a lot more features. The glowing white paint also adds to the opulence. Powering the Dawn is a 6.6L twin-turbo V-12 engine that produces 563 hp and 575 lb-ft. At throttle wide open, it can hit 0-60 MPH in just under 5 seconds. Priced at $360,000, the RR Dawn is also one of the most expensive convertibles on sale today.
Rolls-Royce Cullinan – $330,000
Another opulent addition in the collection is the Rolls-Royce Cullinan, the brand’s attempt at offering all the luxury and opulence it’s known for in a practical SUV format. Cullinan is also the most expensive SUV on this list at $330,000. Like all RR vehicles, the Cullinan offers exceptional luxury with meticulously hand-crafted components and an opulent interior that is comparable to a private jet. It is powered by a 6.75 twin-turbo V-12 engine which churns out 563 hp. Despite the heft, the Cullinan can reach 0-60 MPH in just 4.8 seconds.
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