Check Out belwo The Trevor Noah’s Car Collection From Rolls Royce to Lamborghini
Trevor Noah, who was born in South Africa, has made a name for himself as a comedian and TV show host. Trevor not only performs sold-out stand-up shows all over the world, but he was also the former host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. When he isn’t making money from that, Trevor hosts the Grammy Awards Show, for which he is paid handsomely.
With the kind of money he makes, it’s no surprise that the comedian has a large car collection. Trevor’s collection of supercars is estimated to be worth R19 million.
TREVOR NOAH IS SAID TO OWN LUXURY CARS WORTH R19 MILLION.
Trevor Noah, the world-renowned comedian, is not only funny and attractive, but also extremely wealthy. In fact, in 2019, Forbes reported that Trevor was the fourth wealthiest comedian in the world.
When he isn’t rubbing shoulders with ultra-famous celebs like JayZ and Beyonce’ he is evidently buying a luxury car that most South Africans can only dream of owning.
According to Briefly News, Trevor Noah owns four luxurious cars – a Lamborghini Aventador, a Rolls Royce Cullinan, a Chevrolet Tahoe, and a Tesla Model S.
The car collection costs a combined R19 million.
A CLOSER LOOK AT THE LUSH CARS
This bad boy is pretty spacious and even offers riders the convenience of three rows of seats and ample cargo space. The car reportedly retails at $70 000 (around R1,275,910).
Trevor, like many other US celebs, just had to get his hands on this Lamborghini which reportedly can go from 0-60 in just 2.7 seconds. The car costs a cool $500 000 (around R9,223,626.50).
Rolls Royce Cullinan
The Rolls Royce Cullinan is a top-of-the-range car that is just as classy as it is fast. If you — like Trevor — have a need for speed then this is the one for you. Of course,, you will need to cough up $400 000 ( around R7,376,950.80).
Tesla S model
Naturally, Trevor also wanted to keep up with the current world trends and opted for a Tesla S model — one of Elon Musk’s finest vehicle creations. The car set him back around $110 000 (around R2,026,563.00).