5 pricey high-end cars most favored by Instagram rich kids


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Some luxurious and extra stylish cars are designed just to turn heads, it's why most of them come with two seats. If you're looking to give your kid a car to marvel at, check out these super expensive cars that are perfect first rides for super rich kids!

No matter how extravagant or expensive a ride looks, it's never too expensive for a parent who wants to give his child an enviable life. Starting with cars, your kid's first car can be something quite noticeable, if you can afford it, of course. To help you make a faster decision, Naijauto has listed pricey high-end cars from 5 different Instagram rich kids - they have a sweet tooth for cars and don't hesitate to show them off. Take a pick!

1. BMW I8 (N53.6 million)

The young Nigerian Prince, Osborn Nweze drives a BMW i8. As a young CEO of Osborn Lapalm Resorts hotel and a young student at the University of Surrey in England, the fancy sports car does look good on him.


Osborn uses the BMW i8 to go to school daily

Starting from $148,495 (around N53.6 million), the BMW comes with spaceship design, a futuristic powertrain and butterfly doors. The two-seater sports car offers standard features in the interior - heated power-adjustable seats, touches of leather, 8.8-inch touchscreen situated on the dashboard, and Apple CarPlay. The Android Auto isn't offered on any i8 model. Also, the i8 combines an electric engine with a turbocharged 1.5-liter engine, making it even faster while driving.


The BMW i8 comes with leather-trimmed sport seats

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2. Bentley Continental GT (N72.6 million)

The 21-year-old Lana Scolaro drives a luxury Bentley and she's quite popular on Instagram. She's got a blue tick too. While her dad is recognized as an entrepreneur, fixed in the mining industry, she also runs a luxury jewelry company named “LS Diamonds”.

Just like her brand, her luxury ride, Bentley's two-door grand-touring car, is offered as a fixed-roof coupe or a soft top convertible. Both trims are breathtaking! It comes with twin-turbocharged W-12, which makes 626 hp and drives all four wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard and you'd also find a 12.3-inch infotainment display that dominates the dashboard.


Besides Bentley, this girl also posed with other super luxury automobiles

The Bentley Continental GT that Lana Scolaro is driving costs at least N72.6 million.

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3. Ferrari 458 Italia (N83 million)

A rich kid named Kirtan on Instagram owns an entire fleet of luxury cars like a Roll-Royce Ghost, a black Ferrari 458 Italia, a Mercedes-AMG G-class SUVs, and a Lamborghini Huracan. However, his account has been set private recently.

The red hot Ferrari 458 Italia in this guy's car collection can be acquired with $230,000 (~N83 million), it delivers a total of 570 HP at 9,000 rpm and a peak torque of 540 Nm at 6000 rpm. This 458 Italia is only sold with a 7-speed double-clutch transmission, and it also comes with nice extra features like steering wheel-mounted LEDs, an alcantara trunk lining, electric seats, and an additional wheel or two.


The 458 Italia is only sold with a 7-speed double-clutch transmission

4. Rolls-Royce Ghost (N108 million)

The 29-year-old Katia Panteli is a popular high-end brand model from Russia. Katia is also the founder of Katia Panteli Swim Wear. She rides a car that doesn't need an introduction - the ultraluxurious $300,000 (~N108 million) Rolls-Royce Ghost is a "quiet public statement."


Katia is a true fashionista, riding in her luxury Rolls-Royce Ghost

Hand built within 450 hours by 60 craftsmen, the available features include instrument panel veneers such as Paldao, Walnut Burr Cross band, aluminum/genuine wood instrument panel insert, genuine wood door panel insert. You would also find a leather upholstered dashboard, leather/genuine wood console insert, chrome, and aluminum interior accents, and aluminum overhead console insert.


Seems like even the Ghost is not enough for her shopping!

The Ghost produces a total of 563 horsepower, as it is powered by a twin-turbo 6.6-liter V-12 engine.

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5. The McLaren 720s Super Series (N104.3 million)

This McLaren is a supercar from Mohammad Jaber's Instagram page, he seems to have a thing for supercars. He's a young Iranian that resides in London and his Instagram page displays him posing with a Rolls-Royce Phantom, a Ferrari 458 Speciale, and other high-end sporty cars. He seems to like color blue a lot and his McLaren, which got our attention, will suit any rich kid who's looking to match his style with his ride. 

There's a coupe and convertible version of the McLaren and they both cradle a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8, that produces 710 horsepower and 568 lb-ft of torque. The two-seat cabin interior is less flashy than rivals from Ferrari and Lamborghini, but the aesthetic is pleasing. Just looking at the outward visibility, you can tell it's brilliant! 


The McLaren has various driving configurations: Sport mode, Drift mode, Track mode, Comfort mode

Do you agree with us on the idea that if money is not a big deal, these 5 pricey high-end cars are just perfect for rich kids?

>>> For the latest celeb car news and more interesting car-related news like this, come visit us at Naijauto.com!

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A passionate writer looking to educate people with every piece of her work. Oluwatobi enjoys writing about exotic cars, productive tech traits, workplace culture, and basic data science values. She holds a Master's degree in Diplomacy and Strategic Studies from University of Lagos. When she's not expressing herself through a new article, she's reading about international politics.

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