How much is the Sultan of Brunei car collection worth?

US$5 billion
The car collection of the 29th Sultan of Brunei is the largest private car collection in the world, consisting of approximately 7,000 cars which have an estimated combined value over US$5 billion.

Who is the richest person of Brunei?

He was once the world’s richest person and currently has a net worth estimated at around US$28 billion. The Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah, is also the country’s prime minister.

Was the Ferrari F90 made for the Sultan of Brunei?

Do you like this video? After almost 18 years, Ferrari finally admitted that the Ferrari F90 existed and was made for the Sultan of Brunei in 1988. A brief passage in the 2005 Ferrari Annual outlined an impressive order of six bespoke supercars which were much more daring than anything Ferrari would have produced themselves.

What cars does the Sultan of Brunei own?

25 Cars From The Sultan Of Brunei’s Extensive Collection 1 Ferrari 512BB. 2 Bentley Dominator. 3 Rolls Royce Phantom VI. 4 Dauer 962 Le Mans. 5 Mercedes Benz SL R129. 6 Mercedes Benz S73 T AMG Wagon. 7 McLaren F1. 8 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Special Series II. 9 Ferrari FX. 10 Rolls Royce Silver Spur II.

Which Rolls-Royce did the Sultan of Brunei own?

The Sultan of Brunei custom ordered four Phantom VIs, named the Rolls-Royce Cloudesque The car was a modernised version of the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud, produced from 1955 to 1966, having undergone engine modifications and transmission upgrades. The Rolls-Royce Silver Spur II was a luxury limousine produced by Rolls-Royce from 1989 to 1993.

What does F90 stand for in Ferrari?

Enrico Fumia, the designer of the car, stated that the F90 referred to the Ferrari of the 90s. All of the six cars had a Testarossa chassis, which Pininfarina used to sculpt a new body and interior onto the vehicle. The car’s engine was capable of producing 390 horsepower.