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Kendrick Lamar’s Multi-Million Dollar Classic Car Collection; Is It the Classic Investment Opportunity You Think It Is?”

Not only does Kendrick Lamar have over 13 Grammy Awards, along with other accomplishments and a net worth of $75 million, but fun fact: He has an extensive automobile collection. 

The rapper’s first car was a 1992 Cadillac Seville, but he’s upgraded since his early wheels. Hot Car estimates Lamar’s collection to be in the multi-million dollar range.

GLASTONBURY, ENGLAND – JUNE 26: Kendrick Lamar performs as he headlines the Pyramid Stage during day five of Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm, Pilton on June 26, 2022 in Glastonbury, England. (Photo by Samir Hussein/WireImage)

Check out a few of his cool rides below:

1964 Chevrolet Impala ($30,000)

The low rider can also be seen in the music video for Mike WiLL Made-It-Perfect Pint,” a collaboration that features Lamar, Rae Sremmurd and Gucci Mane. 

1990 Cadillac Brougham ($27,950)

And Lamar’s love for Cadillacs doesn’t stop at his Seville. This whip appeared in Lamar’s famous music video for his song “King Kunta” in 2015, which was part of his “To Pimp A Butterfly” album. And yes, it’s a low rider. 

​​2018 Range Rover Sport ($75,800)

Most rap songs are incomplete without the mention of a Range Rover. Lamar, however, can truly back it up. He owns a 2018 iteration of the Range Rover Sport. This car is great for sports riding and luxury. It’s also a five-seater — perfect for Lamar and his family. 

2018 Mercedes G-Class ($123,600)

This car was mentioned in Lamar’s song “United In Grief.” He owns a similar G-Wage but in black, and is sometimes seen riding the big body vehicle in his hometown of California. 

2017 BMW I8 ($147,500)

If you ever watched Lamar’s 2017 “Loyalty” video with Rihanna, you’ll see the BMW i8. This car is not only durable but super fast. 

Are Classic Cars a Good Investment?

Although Lamar’s collection is impressive, it begs the question: Is buying a car an investment? Well, it’s important to remember that buying an expensive item doesn’t make it an investment. An investment gives a return on money, and unlike a home that appreciates in value, a car depreciates with each passing year. Typically, cars go down in worth by an average of $1,500 or more in the first year. And, of course, car owners could always sell their cars and get a lot of money back from the sale, but they’re not likely to receive more than the amount paid for the car. But selling it could be an excellent way to get quick money for an emergency.

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