Meet The Man With 7,000 Private Cars In His Garage (604 Rolls Royce, 574 Benz)

 

Hassanal Bolkiah is the current Sultan and Yang di-pertuan of Brunei, as well as the Prime Minister Of Brunei, making him one of the last absolute monarchs. The 7,000 cars in his garage is the largest private collection owner in the world.

Brunei is the sovereign state located on the North Coast Of the island of Borneo in the Outhouse East Asia. Apart from Royalty, he is a lover of real beautiful exotic automobile with a collection of Seven Thousand Cars in his garage.

He is the 29th (and current) Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan, Prime Minister, Defence Minister, Finance Minister, and Head of Religion of the Nation of Brunei.

It was gathered that majority of his wealth is sourced from oil and gas development, and his current worth is $20 billion USD, making him the second richest royal in the world after King of Thailand, Maha Vajiralongkorn.

Below is the breakdown of cars in his garage:-

604 Rolls Royce’s
574 Mercedes Benz
452 Ferrari’s
209 BMW’s
179 Jaguar’s
134 Coenigsegg’s
21 Lamborghini’s
11 Aston Martin’s
1 SSC

All of his cars are bulletproof and feature state of the art technology. Mercedes Benz brand made specially custom made cars for him. This means there is only one of the kind in the whole world and it belongs to the Sultan.

The Sultan also has a gold plated Mercedes Benz car in his collection.

With 450 Ferrari’s the Sultan is one of top collectors of Ferrari in the world. His love for the super luxurious cars is so great that he ordered his servant to keep a Rolls Royce in front of his palace with the Engine running 24/7 just in case he needs to go out in a hurry.

A total worth of his cars is said to be around Five Billion US Dollars ($5b) and has a Net Worth Of US$20b.

He has five Sons and Seven daughters

Bolkiah and family

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