Deontay Wilder made himself a fortune in his boxing career. 'The Bronze Bomber' lives a flamboyant life and has a collection of cars as amazing as his boxing career. Here, we look at Wilder’s expensive car collection.
Wilder gifted himself this Lambo in 2015, after claiming the WBC heavyweight title from Bermane Stiverne. It is one of the fastest Lamborghinis ever made and cost him $590,000. He wrapped the car in a coat of bronze and covered it with a faux alligator-skin wrap to complete the look.
'The Bronze Bomber' bought the most expensive and luxurious Rolls Royce Phantom for a whopping $477,000. It is metallic bronze akin to his moniker name. Phantom VII was the first Royce in Wilder’s garage
This Rolls Royce SUV is one of the recent cars that Wilder bought. It cost him around $370,000. Just like his other cars in the garage, 'The Bronze Bomber' customized the expensive motor gloriously, with a mottled black and bronze snakeskin finish, as well as a smooth leather interior.
Wilder bought this car for around $100,000 and named it (The Bomb Squad Mobile). It is a collector item as the car manufacturer GM stopped making the Army-inspired SUVs in 2010. Wilder engraved (the Bomb Zqua) on the 34-inch custom bronze and chrome star wheel rims of the SUV.
'The Bronze Bomber' bought this muscle car for around $30,000. It is one of the cheapest cars in his garage. However, the custom paint job by Wilder made it the finest-looking car in his collection.