Arnold Schwarzenegger, LeBron James, Dennis Rodman, and David Beckham all are proud owners of this four-wheeler beast

Hummers were the cars to have in the '90s and early 2000s, and these celebrities didn't hesitate to get one for themselves. The massive army-style truck by GMC which was a road-going version of the Humvee was, without a doubt, the car to have in the 1990s and the 2000s. In fact, it had such a hold over people with its road presence and power that even A-listers of the time, be it top Hollywood actors or athletes, couldn't stop themselves from being pulled in.

Arnold Schwarzenegger

Closely resembling the Humvee it was based on, Arnold's olive-green Hummer H1 had its doors removed, and he was even once spotted picking up his daughter from school in the H1 once.

David Beckham

David Beckham, the great sports star who managed to transcend boundaries and become a global icon, still followed suit by doing what every all-star in the 2000s did. Yes, Dave Becks, too, added a Hummer H2 to his insane car collection, and that too for a massive six-figure price tag.

LeBron James

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Back in 2003, the entire nation was gripped when a scandal broke out revolving around the best high-school senior basketball player LeBron James and his new Hummer H2. A high school senior, the rules did not allow LeBron to get any gifts or money from outside sources, since it would risk his amateur eligibility.

Dennis Rodman

At 6 feet 7 inches tall, former NBA star Dennis Rodman definitely needed a big SUV to fit easily into. As outlandishly and extroverted as he has lived his life, of course the Hummer H1 was a no-brainer for the 5-time NBA champion. In fact, that isn't where Rodman's unique branding stopped, as he went ahead and painted suggestive art on the car as well. It makes sense why he chooses Hummer.

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