NOW THEY ALWAYS SAY CONGRATULATIONS! And it’s no wonder why! Post Malone is packin’ an insane car collection, with modern supercars fit for a rockstar, and customized classics that’re just dripping with style. Plus a couple vehicles that are kind of just… weird… Go Flex, Posty!
In this article, I’m going to break down the coolest cars in Post Malone’s garage, and tell you just how much all these candy-painted cars are worth! This is Post Malone’s weird car collection.
1992 Ford Explorer
Now, it’s only right that we start out this list with what seems to be Post’s favorite car in his whole collection, the ’92 Ford Explorer. And if you’re a true fan of Posty, those words should sound very familiar to you. That’s right! He loves this car so much he even wrote a whole song about it!
Unfortunately, he never made a video for that song. But if he had, it would’ve been incredible, because this Explorer is a true feast for the eyes. Post sent his SUV to West Coast Customs to have it coated in blue candy paint, set up on 26-inch wheels with chrome spinners, and outfitted with an insane speaker system to blast his own albums. Oh yeah, and they put Lambo doors… on an Explorer! Post Malone may be the only man on Earth who can pull off that look, however, he has said that the doors aren’t exactly the most practical, particularly the back ones which are pretty much impossible to get in and out of.
When he first purchased the base Explorer, he dropped just $1,700, pocket change for big Posty. But after all those insane mods were thrown on, apparently the value has increased somewhere around $73,000. I guess that’s the kind of money you have to pay to have one of the most unique SUVs on the road…
Probably the newest addition to the platinum artist’s collection is an absolute beast, the Bugatti Chiron. This expensive supercar is blinding both with its appearance and with its ridiculous speed. With an all-white paint job, white leather upholstery, and chrome wheels, the guys at OB Prestige Auto, who Post commissioned his Chiron from, referred to this car lovingly as “Angel”.
But what you get this thing going, it’s really more of a demon. A speed demon, that is! The Chiron has 1,500 horsepower emanating from a quad-turbo W16, capable of propelling the Chiron up to 261 miles per hour! And with all that power at his disposal, you would expect Post to have a few speeding tickets in his future. However, he’s stated that he actually prefers to drive slow. Not that paying speeding tickets would really make a dent in his bank account anyway…
Post’s Chiron has been in the public eye quite a bit, it’s appeared on his social media accounts several times, and even in the music video for Saint-Tropez, when he shows this Bugatti beast a little love… I’m glad he appreciates it, considering it set him back a whopping $3 million!
Now, Post malone’s love of cars extends beyond just power-hungry supercars, he clearly has an affinity for vintage rides as well. Back in 2019, Post took a visit to DT Auto Brokers and picked himself up a 1968 Chevy C-10 short bed. This custom truck was bagged and swapped, meaning a new suspension system was put in to give Posty the option to adjust the ride height, and the original engine was replaced with a 6-liter LS-based monster coupled to an automatic 4L60E transmission. I guess the rap star still needs to be schooled in the way of the manual…
The pickup was also covered in a patina paint job, which makes it look like it’s been rusting behind a barn for the last century. But I must say, it’s kind of the perfect aesthetic for a guy who’s sponsored by Bud Light…
This super unique truck was listed on DT Auto Brokers’ website for $57,000, although they haven’t revealed what Post actually paid for it. But I can’t imagine that an artist with a multi-million dollar net worth is doing too much negotiating over a couple thousands.
Another car that appeared on Post Malone’s Beerbongs and Bentleys album was the Sugar Wraith, and it’s a good thing this car was immortalized in music history, because it ended up in the scrapyard just a few months after the album was released. In September of 2018, Post was T-boned by a Kia while driving the Wraith through Santa Monica, and while thankfully no serious injuries were suffered, and the Kia driver was found to be at fault, the $320,000 car was badly damaged and had to be written-off. Now that must’ve been one fat insurance check!
But Post didn’t spend too much time mourning the death of his famous Wraith, he picked up a Rolls-Royce Phantom for around $420,000 shortly after. And just like his late Wraith, he had his Phantom painted up in a ghostly white. The luxury ride also features a twin-turbo’d V12, and the absolute finest in interior styling. So I think it’s safe to say that Posty is all “better now, better now“…
Hennessey VelociRaptor 6×6
From his Chevy C-10, we know that Post is a fan of badass pickups, but the Hennessey VelociRaptor 6×6 is a whole different breed. Hennessey is known for building some of the most powerful customs on the planet, like the Hennessey Venom GT and the 1,200-horsepower Dodge Demon Redeye.
Post’s VelociRaptor is no exception to Hennessey’s record of excellence, this is one of the most capable machines you can imagine, and it makes me wonder if Posty is planning to go off the grid anytime soon… This supertruck, based on a Ford F150 Raptor, features a 5-liter Coyote V8, an LED light bar on the roof, and yes, six off-road wheels that make this truck suited for any terrain on Earth!
That kind of ability comes at a steep price, though, I’m talking somewhere north of $350,000! But it’s good to know that Post Malone has a pickup built for the Apocalypse. Got to keep our artists safe!
When Posty said, “hit the switch open the suicide doors” in his single Candy Paint, he must’ve been talking about his Lincoln Continental. But those dangerous doors aren’t the only thing that makes this car a certified classic. That super-long low body square frame and convertible roof give the Continental unrivalled style, not to mention, that paint job. In white, of course.
A standard Continental from the late 60’s will run you around $27,000, but Post’s is anything but standard. He got one of 80 models that was recreated by Lincoln in 2019 which sold for around $100,000, and brought it to his friends at West Coast Customs, who hooked him up with that white satin finish, gold accents and rims, white leather interior, and an updated suspension system. After all that, Post drove away with a car that is straight-up pimpin’!
Lamborghini Aventador SV
It’s hard to say who sings better… Post Malone or his Lamborghini Aventador SV. This car is an absolute screamer! Seriously, Post should be careful that this car doesn’t blow out his hearing. That could be pretty bad for his music career.
This car’s cranking out over 750 horsepower, with a custom exhaust tacked on by R1 Motorsports. Posty also had his Aventador SV equipped with a Novitec carbon fiber body kit, lowering springs, and Brixton forged wheels. With all those custom aesthetic and performance touches, this car looks and drives like a carbon fiber bullet, and easily gets up to speeds over 200 miles per hour, and does 60 miles per hour in just 2.8 seconds.
All that power and style didn’t come cheap, though. This car set Post back a whole $500,000.
Subaru WRX STI
Just because Post Malone has an impressive net worth of over $14 million, doesn’t mean that every car in his collection has to be wildly expensive. The Subaru WRX STI is definitely a JDM legend, but I’d put it more in the category of Beer Bongs than I would Bentleys.
Post bought this car from the Nate Wade Subaru dealership in Salt Lake City for just $27,000, and while you might wonder why someone as rich and famous as Post Malone would even bother with a car that cheap, I think it’s a tip of the cowboy hat to the tuner community… And with the drift potential on this Japanese dragon, I think it’s pretty clear what the song Circles was really about.
Plus, the WRX STI is no slouch when it comes to performance. It pushes 310 horsepower and jumps up to 60 miles per hour in just 5.5 seconds, hitting top speeds of 157 miles per hour.
Before Post pulled off the lot in his new WRX STI, he hung around the dealership for quite a while, taking pictures and signing autographs. If working at a dealership means you get to hang out with Post Malone for a few hours, sign me up!
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