Boxer Anthony Joshua, the current unified world heavyweight champion, is well known across the world for his decorated career though he’s only at the age of 28 at the moment. Some may wonder why his car collection is not so much impressive as other celebrities while he’s being on top of the sport. The answer is he only became interested in this luxurious kind of toy in his early 20s as he started to gain recognition.
1. Jaguar XJR
Being a fan of Jaguar, the boxer’s garage features the Jaguar XJR as his favorite vehicle. In an interview with The Guardian, he compared a Jag with a watch. He later illustrated that people all can afford a watch. Some watches are available for everyone, some being used by certain people. A Jaguar is like, as his words go, a vehicle for established men. He also praises the auto brand for not only keeping their products classy but adding more sports touches as well.
Being a fan of Jaguar, the boxer’s garage features the Jaguar XJR as his favorite vehicle
2. Range Rover Dynamic
This is not usual Range Rover, it’s exactly a Range Rover that gets special designs for his own. The unique Range Rover SVAutobiographic Dynamic costs him £150,000 (~N79m) to have numerous exterior as well as interior bespoke features done by technical specialists and designers. Among these features are a special storage for sports equipment in the boot and the World Champion Graphite paint finish which is named after the boxer. Additionally, his signature is spread throughout the vehicle while the door handles receive boxing glove patterns.
The unique Range Rover SVAutobiographic Dynamic costs him £150,000 (~N79m)
The door handles receive boxing glove patterns
3. Audi A3 S-Line
The Guardian confirmed he no longer owned it; however, it’s worth talking about it anyway because the sat-nav his Audi A3 S-Line has was extremely rare that time.
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4. Vauxhall Astra
This vehicle was his first car in his collection, hence its cost (£1,500 ~ N727,000) was not what you’ll expect from a world champion’s car. He described the Vauxhall Astra in an interview as a good car which is sturdy and stable.
He described the Vauxhall Astra in an interview as a good car which is sturdy and stable