Let’s look back at the ƅiIIiоn-dollar supercars that Snoop Dogg has bought during his career, is this worth it?

Let’s look back at the ƅiIIiоn-dollar supercars that Snoop Dogg has bought during his career, is this worth it?

Snoop Dogg’s famous custom 1966 “Snoop DeVille,” a Cadillac Lowrider featured in 50 Cent’s 2003 “P.I.M.P.” music video, is now available for purchаse. The vehicle, known for its distinctive appearance, received the “top interior” award at the 2006 General Motors car competition.

This iconic ride had been part of Snoop’s extensive car collection but was parked due to a blown engine. The current owner, Christian Bonilla, acquired it from one of Snoop’s close associates, who made him an offer. After an engine replacement and audio system upgrade, Bonilla is looking to sell the vehicle. While no asking price has been set, he is open to offers from serious buyers.

Snoop Dogg is renowned for his passion for automobiles, having spent milliоns on various vehicles. In 2016, as a dedicated Los Angeles Lakers fan, he gifted his custom yellow and purple Pontiac Parisienne to Kobe Bryant upon the basketball legend’s retirement. The car featured images of Lakers’ greats such as Shaq, Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Wilt Chamberlain, and Kobe on its hood.

Snoop also owns a Chrysler 300C, given to him by the automaker during his tenure as a spokesperson in the 2000s. The vehicle served as a token of appreciation after Snoop’s association with the brand led to a significant increase in sales. Among his collection is a rare 2011 Ford Mustang GT, which received customization from legendary DJ Funkmaster Flex. It boasts Baurtwell custom tail lights, a 3-D carbon body kit, and a customized engine that accelerates from zero to sixty in just 4.6 seconds.