The musician once owned a huge fleet of vehicles, but in 2001 most of the collection was auctioned off. Sir Elton John explained his decision to part with most of the collection simply: people should have a chance to get behind the wheel of a beautiful car.
Opens the rating compiled by the 110km portal, the 1993 Jaguar XJ220. This is one of the rarest specimens in the musician’s collection. Once it was a Jaguar that was called the fastest production car in the world – it could accelerate to an incredible 320 km/h at that time.
Another Jaguar in Sir Elton John’s collection is the 1965 Jaguar E-Type convertible. Enzo Ferrari called this model the most beautiful car ever created by man.
Also, at the TOP of the expectations was the Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante, which was released in a total of 193 cars. Moreover, the copy intended for the musician was equipped with a more powerful motor.
Journalists also recalled the 1955 Bentley S1 Continental Sport and the Rolls-Royce Phantom VI, released in 1973.
“Another luxury Rolls-Royce in the musician’s collection is the “most classic” Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III convertible of 1963. This model is very often seen in the movies. “