SELF-PROFESSED trillionaire Andrew Tate loves to flaunt his lavish lifestyle.
The kickboxer is known for his controversial comments but also for his love of supercars, and has built up an incredible collection, including a rare Bugatti.
Former kickboxer Andrew Tate has built up a huge car collection after dabbling in crypto currency and becoming a casino chain owner.
The disgraced former Big Brother contestant, who now lives in Romania, has also earned money through his company Cobratate, which claims to "teach the deserving the secrets to modern wealth creation".
The controversial figure, who has been banned from most social media platforms over his misogynistic views, has professed to be the "world's first trillionaire".
However, estimates in 2022 claim Tate's net worth is nearer £325m.
What cannot be denied is that he boasts a car collection of some of the most expensive brands in the world.
His haul is worth around £5million and includes the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport - one of the fastest and most expensive cars in the world.
The Chiron is priced at £2.7million and only 500 will be built in total.
The Pur Sport version is even rarer with Tate owning just one of 60 made.
The dream car costs a staggering £3million and Tate has made his unique by adding copper paint
It will sprint from 0-62 mph in a mind-bending 2.3 seconds and can go 218 mph, but is entirely road legal - and is one of Tate's most prized possessions.
If the Buggati Chiron wasn't impressive enough, Tate also has a serious collection of other motors - and they too include some of the most expensive brands in the car world.
From McLaren to Aston Martin - here's Tate's impressive car collection.
Based on the DB11, the £250,000 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera is just one of Tate's impressive motors - and with a 715bhp V12 machine that looks and sounds incredible.
It's designed to be one of the sportiest Astons to drive, cracking the 0-62mph sprint in just 3.4 seconds and going on to 211 mph.
The McLaren 720S is a car that has been around for a while now, but despite it's time stamp - it still looks and feels brand new.
And at £215,000 - you'd expect nothing less.
It's powered by a twin-turbo V8 that produces 710hp and allows a 211 mph top speed.
It's the car many people dream of, and Andrew Tate has one - a Lamborghini.
Tate has added a Lamborghini Huracan Spyder to his collection, and it has one of the finest engines ever made.
It costs around £200,000 to buy and can go more than 200 mph.
This might be the cheapest car Tate owns - but it's still an impressive car in its own rights.
At "just" £130,000, the Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe, a twin-turbo V8 engine pumping out more than 600hp - and the sound is incredible.
It will also do 155 mph and get to 62 mph from a standstill in just 3.5 seconds.
If his flock of fine fuelled motors wasn't enough - Tate has also added another of the worlds finest engines ever produced.
The Ferrari 812 Superfast is one of the most aggressive modern Ferraris to drive.
At around £300,000 and with the name Superfast you'd expect it to be a speedy motor and that is exactly what it is - imagine 211 mph as a top speed and a sprint to 62mph time of around three seconds.
It's no surprise that the most expensive Bugatti in the world comes with an eye-watering price tag.
At more than £15.5million, one-of-a-kind Bugatti La Voiture Noire is the most expensive Bugatti in the world, and once the most expensive car in the world.
The La Voiture Noire is inspired by the art deco spirit of the Type 57SC Atlantic, which was created by founder Ettore Bugatti’s eldest son Jean in 1934.
The La Voiture Noire has a powerful 16-cylinder, 8.0-litre engine and can do 0-60mph in 2.5 seconds.
Its body is made with visible carbon fibre covered in a clear coat known as “black carbon glossy” and its interior is minimalistic.
But what we don't know about this incredible vehicle is who sits behind the wheel - the owner still remains a mystery.
However, in 2021 the most expensive Bugatti in the world was spotted on the back of a truck in London.