Cars, Net Worth, Salary, Age & Wife
Artur Beterbiev born on 21 January 1985, is a Russian-Canadian professional boxer. He is a unified light heavyweight champion, having held the IBF title since 2017. The WBC title since 2019 and the WBO title since June 2022. As an amateur, Beterbiev won a silver medal at the 2007 World Championships, gold at the 2008 World Cup, 2009 World Championships, as well as gold at the 2006 and 2010 European Championships, all in the light-heavyweight division. He also reached the quarter-finals of the heavyweight bracket at the 2012 Olympics. As of now, Artur Beterbiev is currently married, but identity of his wife is not known. His estimated net worth stands at $6 Million, with an annual salary of $500,000. His car collection is small, yet luxurious.
1. Mercedes-AMG GLE Coupe
Mercedes-AMG GLE-Class ditches the Benz branding and beautifully sports the AMG treatment. This makes the mid-size SUV more powerful, a much more performance-oriented suspension setup, and plenty of design twGLE classeaks. Mercedes-AMG offers the GLE-class models in both wagon and fastback body styles, as well as in GLE53 and 63 S guises too. The former houses a 429-hp forced induction straight-six under its hood, while the latter relies on a 603-hp twin-turbocharged V8 for any time performing. Both have standard all-wheel drive. It has spacious first and seconds row sitting but optional third row is quite cramped and feels comfortable only for childrens. Although their cargo capacity is less, the hunchbacked AMG GLE53 and GLE63 S Coupes are pricier than their squareback counterparts.
2. BMW M8 Competition
A popular athlete like Artur has to have a car in his car collection to match his caliber. He has a thrilling BMW M8 Competition in his garage. The enchanting design and surreal performance make the BMW M8 a heck of a machine. With its outrageous twin-turbo V8 inside that makes a thrilling 617 hp and helps it to achieve an acceleration of 2.5 seconds. Combine it with an engaging sporty automatic gearbox and all-wheel drive and there’s nothing that can stop this car from tearing the track. From excellent driving to comfortable seats with no compromises is what makes the BMW M8 a worthy companion.