While most of us can only dream about the cars we want, a few people are lucky enough to have the money to buy any cars they want. Regardless of how wealthy you are, have you ever thought about what vehicles you would add to your collection? And, if so, why would you own them?
I know to some people it seems silly to dream or have ambitions of owning particular models. But, for myself, I find that it gives me a goal that I could one day achieve. Well, you never know; I could always win the lottery or get gifted a large inheritance!
Are you having trouble thinking of what cars you would love to own some day? Let me help you by sharing some of the vehicles I would buy if I had an unlimited bank balance! You never know; you might love one or two of the following cars yourself!
I know what you’re thinking. Lamborghini cars aren’t going to be to everyone’s tastes. But the reason I wanted to share this particular model with you is because it’s one that many people would dearly love to own some day!
First launched back in 2011, the Aventador features a 6.5-litre V12 engine at the back of the car. It’s connected to a seven-speed semi-automatic gearbox. And it offers drivers a whopping 690 brake horsepower on tap!
The performance statistics aren’t the only thing to pique people’s interests. I’m sure you will agree it features some beautiful styling. Its alluring and sculpted Italian curves will always turn heads. Both now, and in many years to come.
The only bad thing about the Lamborghini Aventador is that it’s not a practical car. Then again, that’s not what that car is about! If you need a capable vehicle of ferrying you and your family across the country, the BMW X5 is right up your street!
In a nutshell, it’s a taller and bigger version of the popular 5 Series models. It might not be as utilitarian as an old Land Rover Defender. But if you need a car that drives well on tarmac and unpaved roads, the X5 has got you covered.
Dealers like Saxton 4×4 sell the BMW X5 like hot cakes. If you get inside one and drive it around for a while, you’ll soon know the reason why!
All good car collections need to have the original “pony” car. I am, of course, talking about the mighty Ford Mustang! It’s a car that has become a cult classic and is an iconic vehicle in all parts of the world.
Ford are now selling the sixth-generation model. But I urge you to buy a vintage first-generation one! Not only are they rare, but one of the early 1965 models are often considered as motoring investments.
Hennessey Venom GT
The Hennessey Venom GT is considered by many to be the world’s fastest road car. Some might argue that the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport has that title. But it only does so on a technicality!
If you’re going to build up a decent collection of cars, yours should definitely feature the Venom GT.