Most of us have our income calculated by month (Salary) or week (Wage). The affluent people, otherwise, are more familiar with the day income, hour income, or even minute income because the money they make is way different from a normal worker.
Now, join Naijauto.com and find out how long for the world’s most famous figures to pay for their cars. To produce the most exact numbers, we consult GoCompare, a website for price comparison, and Forbs rich list’s figures from 2017 to 2018.
1. Cristiano Ronaldo with the Bugatti Veyron
9 days is how long Ronaldo has to make up for his desire for the $2.3m (~N1.2b) Bugatti Veyron.
2. Elon Musk with the McLaren F1
The £11.8m (~N6.1b) McLaren F1 is equivalent to Tesla chief’s 98 days of work.
3. Larry Page with the Toyota Prius
The co-founder of Google needs 1m and 58s to pay for the $30,920 (~N12m) Toyota Prius.
4. Sergey Brin with the Toyota Prius
Also the co-founder of Google, Sergey Brin needs a little more “patience” to have the same model as Larry Page. He has to wait for each 2m and 42s to go to have a $30,920 (~N12m) Toyota Prius.
5. Lewis Hamilton with the Mercedes AMG SLS Black Series
The Formula 1 star has a $631,881 (~328m) Mercedes AMG SLS Black Series which consumes his 5 days of work.
6. Mark Zuckerberg with the Pagani Hyuara
It doesn’t take the Facebook founder long to buy his Pagani Hyuara. The $2.5m (~N974m ) model is worth only a minute and a half of his.
Also, his Honda Fit takes only 36s of his to buy.
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7. Zlatan Ibrahimovic with the Ferrari Enzo
The Sweden footballer is passionate about cars. His featured car is the £2.3m (~N1.2b) Ferrari Enzo which takes his 30 days of playing.
8. Samual Robson Walton with the Ferrari 250 GTO
The Walmart tycoon had to pay $52m (~N18.8b) for his Ferrari 250 GTO. With his income, the man has to wait for the next 145 days to have another 250 GT.
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