Johnny Depp is proud owner of a number of expensive cars
If rumours are to be believed, the Pirates of Carribin actor’s garage filled with 45 luxurious cars and we can’t control our excitment
Being an international star, it is well known that Johnny Depp lives life king size. He is an actor, producer, and musician all in one. He is not only a versatile cinema personality but also one of the richest actors in the world. He enjoys a collection of quite a number of expensive cars. If rumors are to be believed, his garage is said to be filled with 45 luxurious cars!
Depp, the automobile lover’s most prized possession is the 1959 Corvette. It is specially designed for motor racing. Reports say that the car is a gift from producer Graham King. This vintage sports car was gifted to him as a token of appreciation for his performance in ‘The Rum Diary’. The retro sports car is as fine as any old wine. It is red in color, it is vintage and the actor has been spotted taking it on a roll many a time!
The Rolls Royce Wraith is another of his envious properties. The actor’s personal style of bold yet subtle seems to be reflected in this car. This Hollywood actor seems to know his way around cars. This one comes with several advanced features and the “Alice in the Wonderland” actor need not worry about his fuel running out! This SUV monster cost him around $330,000 at the time of purchase.
Next to mention is the one that he uses on a daily basis. The Lincoln Navigator is one of the luxury SUVs that are very well known in the United States. It is surprising that this car as long as five meters in length is used on a daily basis!
Alongside his most luxurious cars, it is only apt to mention his vibrant and dynamic career. His most memorable and commercially successful role remains that of Jack Sparrow in the film series Pirates of the Caribbean (2003–present). In 2012, Depp was listed by the Guinness World Records as the world’s highest-paid actor, with earnings of US$75 million. Other than these recent films, fans continue to adore his early movies like What’s Eating Gilbert Grape and A Nightmare on Elms’ Street.