Elon Musk received the quickest production car in history at the time. His go-to car was a McLaren F1, but in the end he smashed it, restored it, and sold it in 2007 for a profit.
1997 McLaren F1
Elon Musk claims that the enormous gas-guzzler was one aspect of the car he wasn't entirely comfortable with, which led him to get fixated on the idea of electrifying his Porsche 911. The rest, as they say, is history.
Porsche 911 Turbo
The Model S is frequently thought of as the most luxurious and comfortable car in the Tesla fleet. Additionally, Musk introduced the "Ludicrous" mode with this vehicle.
Tesla Model S Performance
The BMW M5 was already quite potent in its base configuration, but Musk upgraded Hamann to delimit the V10, increasing output to an enormous 600 horsepower.
Hamann BMW M5
The Model T is recognised as the most significant automobile of the 20th century since it was the first mass-produced vehicle. The 1920 Ford Model T was a gift to Elon Musk from a friend.
1920 Ford Model T
Musk used the earnings from his first business, Zip2, to purchase the 1967 Jaguar E-Type that is part of his collection.
Jaguar E-Type Convertible
In 2008, Tesla unveiled the Roadster, its first electric vehicle. The vehicle featured a 227-mile range and a 0-60 MPH acceleration time of 3.7 seconds. Elon Musk was the first fortunate owner of the Roadster.
2008 Tesla Roadster
This vehicle from Tesla is slated for release in 2023: the Cybertruck. It can accommodate up to six people, has a built-in bed ramp, a highly contentious design, and has an estimated 500-mile range.
The Audi Q7 produces a maximum torque of 550 Nm and 241 horsepower at 3800 rpm, respectively.
Musk’s first car was a 1978 BMW 320i, which clearly shows off his humble beginnings because, back in the 70s, BMW wasn't quite the status symbol it is today.
1978 BMW 320i
When the legendary and barely operational car-turned-submarine from The Spy Who Loved Me was put up for sale in 2013, Musk bought the vehicle.