Watch: Tom Brady Car Collection And You’ll Realise He Is Not Just The GOAT of the GridIron

Retiring with the most Super Bowl wins, and then coming back, the most game-winning drives in a Super Bowl, the oldest player to win a Super Bowl, and a slew of other records and accomplishments that can only fall under one name: Tom Brady. Do you know what the GOAT of the NFL keeps in his garage, and some digging around yielded some winning results, here are a few highlights of Tom Brady's car collection.

Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

Representing the most expensive car in Tom Brady's car collection, we'd take this Veyron Super Sport over a Super Bowl ring any day. Valued at $3 million, the Bugatti has a top speed of 268 mph, thanks to the 1200-horsepower 8.0-liter W16 engine.

2017 Aston Martin DB11

After making a deal with Aston Martin in 2017, they gave him this DB11, after the James Bond-affiliated car maker wanted some American representation, and what's more American than a football player who can't stop winning? 

2015 Rolls Royce Ghost

When you're married to a supermodel and making babies, you need to have a proper family car to tote the wife around in, so why not a Rolls Royce?

2018 Limited Edition TB12 Aston Martin Vanquish S Volante

When an auto manufacturer names a car after you, of course you have to own one. This 2018 Limited Edition TB12 Aston Martin Vanquish S Volante was 'designed by' the Super Bowl superstar, and is one of only 12 made, making it a very rare collectible.

2015 Ferrari M458-T

The $230,000 two-door supercar Ferrari M458-T is a drool-worthy addition to the MVP's collection.

2009 Audi R8

If it's good enough for Iron Man, it (might be) good enough for the Brady garage. At least the man has options for supercar/exotic power when he gets bored with his Bugatti and Ferrari.

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