Alex Ojjeh’s Car Collection Is as Diverse as His Music Catalog

Benz G Class

Bugatti Veyron

Bugatti Veyron

It’s no small thing to buy a Bugatti this supercar is the kind that most can only dream of owning one day. While there are only a handful of Bugatti owners worldwide, there are even a smaller amount located in TN. Alex was recognized on the loop in his Veyron that he purchased from a Nashville dealership. We spoke to the shop and yes, Alex had the car shipped in from New York City! They told the investor that the car had to be part of the Alex Ojjeh collection. According to the dealership, the Bugatti Veyron cost him $1.54 million, hitting speeds of 270 miles per hour.

Alex bought the Veyron to celebrate the new companies he started up in August. Although he has two kids there are No mini-vans in sight for this investor.  Here’s a list of other supercars he owns.

White Lamborghini Gallardo

White Lamborghini Gallardo

Alex has a feat of Italian engineering in his garage the businessman has been spotted in the Gallardo on the senses of Miami and a black Lamborghini Aventador is TN and New York. The Lamborghini’s are the fastest cars in Alex Ojjeh ‘s range and when he’s driving it he’s listening to Bennie and the Jets. His garage including one black and one white. Although Lamborghini Gallardo added 11 horsepower to the 512 horsepower Gallardo 5.0-liter V-10 engine. According to Lamborghini, the power boost came from changes to the engine firmware and a larger intake manifold. 

Benz G Class

Benz G Class

Some people who’ve worked close to Ojjeh said his heart are his G Wagon’s. One white and black. The 2020 Mercedes-Benz G-Class is a top of the line SUV. Standard in the base G 550 is a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine that makes 416 horsepower and 450 torque. The AMG G 63 has the same motor, but it puts out 577 horsepower and 627 torque.

Ferrari F430

Most people may never be able to afford one of these, Alex owns two. The Ferrari mid-engine V-8. The F430 the coupe and Ferrari 458 Italia. We can imagine Ojjeh driving this up and down the street of Cannes, which is where he keeps the F430. The estimated 0-60-mph time for Scuderia is 3.4 seconds, with a quarter mile of roughly 11 at 126 mph. Normal carbon-ceramic brakes push Scuderia down from 60 mph in just 95 feet, which is just as good as it gets.

Rolls-Royce 

Rolls-Royce

Alex has a lot of baroque cars that exude style and finesse so of course he has the Rolls Royce Wraith and the Rolls Royce Ghost. The Wraith’s 624bhp is sufficient to propel it to 60mph in 4.4sec, despite a kerb weight of 2435kg. This spirit is very much in evidence with the Wraith, a luxurious coupe originating from the Ghost sedan of the automaker. In almost unlimited permutations, this grand tourer comes with rear-hinged doors that can be adjusted.

2010 Hyundai 

2010 Hyundai

Though this may come as a surprise Alex drives a base model Hyundai and a Chevrolet Volt, we won’t bash him this car is a smart choice. The Hyundai is a fuel-efficient compact car with plenty of interior room, reasonably decent output and reassuring safety ratings. The Chevrolet

 is a 2012 fuel efficient black car with a 4 cyl engine. Both are wise options.

Mercedes AMG 

Mercedes AMG

Alex has a pattern of owning black cars. No difference here he owns a black AMG. There is a 4.0-liter biturbo V8 engine under the Mercedes-AMG G63 hood. Lumma pushes the original 577 hp of the SUV to 642 hp. Meanwhile, the torque of the car is also rising, so it is now at 950 Nm. The result was a stunning machine that features side air intakes and unique exhaust pipes. Alex’s model allows him to make a dramatic entrance thanks to its engine.

Porsche 911

Porsche 911

The Porsche 9-11 is no diva, but Alex drives this car habitually, so we added this to the list. The engine, a 3.0-litre turbo with the advent of turbos partway. However, it has higher compression, clever piezo injection and all-new induction and exhaust mechanisms, most notably. Turbos and intercoolers are modern and larger, and for sharper reaction, both are located more advantageously. You’ll be mindful of the race-hardened patrimony that 911 embodies, unless you’ve lived under a brick and it’s real dynamic features are up to par.