The owner of the collection of hypercars spoke about the cost of their maintenanceFebruary 18, 2020
The American multimillionaire, the owner of a collection of exotic hypercars, spoke about the cost of owning rare cars.
Multimillionaire Manny Hoshbin, a California-based real estate tycoon, started his business from scratch, fleeing Iran. Now he controls several companies that are engaged in commercial real estate, and also owns a collection of rare cars. It currently includes 3 Bugatti, 5 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, as well as Pagani Huayra, several different McLaren (675LT, P1, Senna) and many other rare and expensive models.
The most affordable models from the multimillionaire collection are McLaren cars. The obligatory annual oil change takes about 1.5 thousand dollars from the owner. Approximately the same amount goes to the Porsche Carrera GT. However, spending on a Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren per year is $ 7 thousand, and Khoshbin has five. The maintenance of Pagani Huayra each year costs at least $ 8 thousand.
But the most expensive cars from the collection are the Bugatti. For each such car a minimum of 25 thousand dollars is spent per year. This money includes the mandatory replacement of all technical fluids.
In total, Khoshbin spends at least $ 441,000 per year on the entire collection, excluding unforeseen expenses. This amount includes keeping the cars clean, insurance and other small expenses.
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