Vince McMahon, the man behind the world-famous WWE empire, founded it in 1980 and has been the mastermind behind the sports entertainment giant ever since. Vince McMahon spent years working as a wrestling promoter, executive, media owner and punching bag for Degeneration-X and has grown the World Wrestling Entertainment business to what it is today, and as such has a staggering net worth of $2.4 billion.
With his strict, no-nonsense personality and controlling grip on every creative aspect of WWE shows day in and day out, as well as his age, it may come as a surprise to many to know that Vince McMahon is quite a car enthusiast, and has in fact quite a large and enviable collection of wheels.
While he has quite a few luxurious and comfortable vehicles in his collection, there are also some cars the 75-year-old owns that might surprise you. These are the cars former WWE CEO Vince McMahon calls his own.
8 Bentley Continental GT Supersports
While Vince McMahon has spawned and nurtured a global phenomenon in the form of the WWE, America has always been the home of World Wrestling Entertainment, and yet, while he certainly has many luxury cars to himself, Vince certainly loves his British luxuries as well.
McMahon’s Bentley Continental is the Supersports edition of the iconic and revered car, but still retains its classic and sleek look. With a 0-60 time of just 3.9 seconds, the Bentley is almost as quick as Vince’s temper when a wrestler messes up a match or deviates from the script. Half a decade ago, McMahon was… involved in a crash that severely damaged his Bentley† Luckily he got out unharmed.
7 Mercedes-Benz SL600 R
It may be some sort of sentimental value that makes Vincent Kennedy McMahon hold onto his 2007 Mercedes-Benz SL600, despite the generational leaps in performance and the vast amount of money the man owns. Perhaps the best mix of business, class and flashiness, Mr. McMahon can choose to take his SL600 for a ride to a live WWE show or promotional event.
Anyway, the SL600 is a timeless car and has a twin-turbo V12 engine under the hood that is more than capable of surpassing the very best, with a 0-60 time of 4.4 seconds. Judging by Jim Ross’s stories of how maniac Vince McMahon sometimes likes to drive?we dare to say that the 75-year-old still manages to get the very best out of his Merc.
6 Lincoln Town Car Limousine
Of course, a billionaire like Vince McMahon gets driven around a lot more than he drives himself. After all, a busy man like him would have a lot of business to do in the back seat of his car, being driven around. Whenever he feels like arriving in style, whether it’s for a fight, a monthly PPV event, or just an ordinary day on Monday Night Raw, Mr. McMahon always stop in his Lincoln Town Car Limousine.
McMahon has always had a thing for limousines, and as such, he has owned several limousines over the course of his time with the WWE. A, he exploded while faking his own death, and another, he had Braun Strowman mess around and turn around. It seems Vince is as much into Limos as he is about throwing it away.
5 Rolls Royce Phantom
Vince McMahon, of course, has a Rolls-Royce Phantom. After all, it is the ultimate status symbol and the pinnacle of luxury. Only the tallest and most experienced businessmen saunter the roads in a Rolls-Royce Phantom, and Vincent Kennedy McMahon is no exception.
McMahon paid $450,000 for his Rolls, and there’s no doubt that any special additions or packages he must have opted for would have made the car more than half a million. Powered by a V12 engine that can reach 100 km/h from scratch in just 5.1 seconds, the Phantom is far from the fastest car in McMahon’s garage.
4 Audi R8 V10 Plus
This is where the former WWE president’s toys begin, and what better car to start with than the Audi R8? An impeccable product of excellent German engineering, Vince McMahon’s flawless Audi R8 is a lot more comfortable than perhaps a Lamborghini (which McMahon also owns, but more on that later).
The car is a perfect fit for a 75-year-old who still has a thing for speed demons, and without imposing your attitude, the R8 is good enough for Vince to sit comfortably as he races through the streets. For $150,000, Vince’s Audi R8 comes with a V10 engine and can go from 0 to 60 in just 3.2 seconds. That’s some serious speed for a serious businessman.
3 1958 Corvette Stingray
The rarest vehicle in McMahon’s multimillion-dollar car collection, his 1967 Corvette Stingray, is a beautiful white machine, and undoubtedly a prized possession, given that Chevy has only produced 20 of them.
However, one man doesn’t grow his business to the gargantuan scale of the WWE without total dedication, and Vince McMahon showed a prime example of that dedication when he let “Stone Cold” Steve Austin fill his beautiful Corvette with cement all the way up for a shoot. Ah, the good old days of the WWE where everything went, and yet the most ridiculous thing that didn’t get fired after cementing the boss’s car remained.
2 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster
Could a billionaire’s garage ever be complete without a Lamborghini to adorn it? There is ample evidence that even at his age, Vince McMahon likes speed, and the fact that he owns a Lamborghini Aventador SVJ is another important proof of the same.
Valued at a whopping $417,826, a lot less than 2020’s ridiculous price tag, Vince certainly draws more attention than a Turn of fate or a RKO when he races through the streets in his V12 Lamborghini Aventador, which has a blazing-fast 0-60 time of 2.9 seconds.
1 Challenger 5000 Private Jet
The “crown jewel” of Vince McMahon’s collection (see what we did there?), is the WWE private jet the 75-year-old owns. With his own corporate jet, Vince can travel around the world in a manner befitting the CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment. The jet is a 2007 Bombardier Global 5000, valued at a staggering $27 million.
Of course Vince won’t let just anyone use it, but he does welcome some superstars to use the facilities of the jet next to him. Veterans like Charlotte Flair and Roman Reigns have flown around for media duties on the WWE plane, but they need to make sure they stick to Vince’s bizarre but strict rule about guests on board his jet†