Cars of Brendan Kane

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Overview

Brendan Kane is the founder & managing director of Hook Point. Since 2005, he has helped the largest brands and celebrities in the world to reverse engineer how to make content go viral. Above all Brendon developed the first ever influencer campaign on YouTube in 2007. He oversaw $200 million in marketing spend and worked with major corporations. Like MTV, Viacom, Vice Magazine, Paramount Pictures, IKEA and Sketchers shoes on their digital strategy. Till date he has generated $1 billion in revenue. In addition celebrities like Taylor Swift, Rihanna and Adriana Lima has taken the help of Brendan Kane on their digital stratergy. Till date he has generated over a million followers on his personal Facebook and Instagram account as an experiment. Above all Kane is prominently known for his best selling books One Million Followers: How I Built a Massive Social Audience in 30 Days and Hook Point. Currently he only has two cars in his garage. Lets have a look at them.

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Brendan Kane’s Car CollectionPrice
Range Rover Velar$60,000
Tesla Model S$110,000

1. Range Rover Velar

Range Rover Velar

This Brendan Kane car comes with a  3.0-litre straight-six in the P400. This 395bhp engine has 0-62mph acceleration figure of 5.5 seconds. Above all the car’s ride height is enough to provide you with comfort for the city traffic.

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2. Tesla Model S

Tesla Model S

The Model S is one of the most popular and successful cars ever made by Tesla. It has incredible electric power and the best driving range of all cars. It comes with a dual electric motor making 765 hp and 713 lb-ft of torque. In addition the Model S is blazingly fast with an acceleration from 0-60 mph in just 2.5 seconds and can achieve a top speed of 130 mph. With the increasing price of gas there is no doubt one would like to shift to electric cars.

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