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10 LeBron James’ Cars That He Never Uses

The Lebron James Car Collection Houses Some Absolute Beasts!

#1. 1975 Chevrolet Impala

LeBron James is one of the most successful basketball  players of our era. With a lot of success come a lot of money, and the King James decided to invest some of it in expensive cars. Normally, we would say well done, but it seems LeBron doesn’t care too much about them.  Here is a list of 10 cars owned by LeBron James, which he never uses.

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#10. Jeep Wrangler Rubicon

The legendary Jeep Wrangler is one of the best off-road vehicles on the planet. With its 285-hp 3.6-liter V-6 engine, LeBron can take it across any terrain he wants. Unfortunately, he doesn’t care too much about it. In fact, he hasn’t been seen driving it in a long time.

#9. Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG

This car might not be as flashy as previous three from our list, but it’s not lacking quality. In fact, the luxury sedan has a superb engine, capable of producing 577 horsepower, which is almost twice the power of the H2. Apart from being powerful, This Mercedes-Benz is also very spacious and lavishly equipped inside.

#8. Porsche 911 Turbo S

There are photographs of King James in this Porsche from his Miami Heat days, but frankly, he doesn’t seem too much happy in it. That’s very surprising knowing that we would be over our heads if we had the opportunity to drive the 550-horsepower convertible in sunny Florida.

#7. Hummer H2

Once upon a time, LeBron James was a huge fan of this SUV. It’s no surprise as the 8,600-pounds-heavy car seems perfect for the 6′ 8″-tall player. In fact, Hummer H2 was the first car James bought after signing his first professional contract. However, the days when he was in love with the H2 are way behind him.

#6. Ferrari F430 Spider

It seems that James bought the Mercedes for incognito rides as he can use it to blend in with other cars. That’s definitely not the case with this Ferrari. There’s no way paparazzi wouldn’t notice a supercar with fully-visible engine at the back, which produces a staggering roar when producing the 480 horsepower. Because it’s draws a lot of attention, King James decided not to drive it too often.

#5. Dodge Challenger SRT

Cars made by Michigan-based manufacturer Dodge are synonymous with American muscle cars. Dodge Challenger SRT is a powerful combination of a classic muscle car with a subtlety of a coupe. Massive wheels and tinted windows make it look wild and dangerous. That’s probably what attracted LeBron into adding it to his collection.

#4. Maybach 57S

Maybach was a German manufacturer of luxury cars, which existed for more than a century. Before Mercedes decided to pull the plug on Maybach in 2013, they created a number of high-end cars. One of their last models was Maybach 57S, a V12 engine 620-horsepower sedan, which got into possession of LeBron James somewhere around 2008.

#3. Chevrolet Camaro SS

LeBorn James owns a white Chevrolet Camaro SS, custom-built for him in 2010. The 455-hp 6.2-liter V-8 muscle car is apparently outdated for LeBron’s taste. As of May 2015, the sixth generation Camaro is in the production, so the basketball player might want to get a new one.

#2. Lamborghini Aventador

Although this car was given to James as a present from his sponsor Nike, it’s a real shame he’s not using it as he should, that is, as we would use it. This custom-made Lamborghini was created to celebrate the launch of Nike LeBron XI and the King James Legacy sneakers in 2014.

With a 6.5-liter V12 and interesting design customized by Lou La Vie, Rich B. Caliente, and Toys for Boys Miami, this Lambo is one of a kind. It’s a real shame that it’s stuck in a garage, instead of on a highway, especially knowing that its price was $670,000.

#1. 1975 Chevrolet Impala

The final item on our list is the 1975 Chevrolet Impala, which shows us that LeBron is not all about luxury. Still, this iconic car is far from being cheap as it was heavily customized to match his wishes. Among the additions that we spotted straight away is the sub-encrusted trunk and a set of large chrome wheels. It’s easily our favorite LeBron James car in the collection.

About Chris Riley

I have been wrecking cars for as long as I've been driving them, but I keep coming back for more. Two wheels or four, I'm all in. I founded GearHeads.org and then built and ran AutoWise.com until selling it to Lola Digital Media in 2020. I look forward to watching AutoWise grow as part of the AllGear group.