Dylan Sprouse Car Collection & Net Worth

Dylan Sprouse born August 4, 1992, is an American actor. He is the twin brother of Cole Sprouse and is best known for his role as Zack Martin on the Disney Channel series The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, The Suite Life on Deck. He is an owner of the All-Wise Meadery in Brooklyn, New York. Dylan started his career in 1993 on television, alongside his twin brother Cole Sprouse, sharing the role of Patrick Kelly in Grace Under Fire until 1998. For the next several years, he continued to appear in several films and television series with his brother. As of now, Dylan Sprouse is currently dating his girlfriend Barbara Palvin. His estimated net worth stands at $8 Million, with an annual salary of $600,000. His car collection is small, yet exciting.


1. West Coast Customs Subaru Impreza STI

Dylan Sprouse Subaru
Impreza STI

The Subaru Impreza isn’t a remarkable car, but it’s a decent compact car at its price point. The smallest of Subaru’s family, the Impreza is available in both a sedan and a hatchback. All-wheel drive is standard, and a spunky ride and a feasible interior design are among Impreza’s highlights. The car also offers plenty of safety features, which include driver-assistance tech in CVT-equipped vehicles. This car is customized by West Coast Customs, especially for Dylan makes it an exciting piece.

2. Cadillac Escalade

The Cadillac Escalade is a full-size luxury American SUV that is one of the finest and most selling vehicles in the States. This insane vehicle is powered by a 6.2-liter V8 engine which generates power up to 420 horsepower and 600 NM of torque. This is pretty insane and powerful for a full-size SUV like this. Its cabin is plastered with wood, leather, designer fabrics, and satin-finished metals. A large, curved display travels across the dashboard, serving as both a gauge cluster and an infotainment center. 

3. 1970 Dodge Challenger


The 1970 Dodge Challenger is a muscle car classic. Dodge conceived its midsize muscle car as a “Challenge” to the Mustang and Camaro pony cars. They nailed it. With its chiseled physique, this tough-looking car demands attention. And, available with the legendary Hemi V8s, this intimidating Challenger certainly packs a punch as well. Base-model Challengers came with a Slant-6 engine. The base engine for either R/T or SE models was the 318 V8 with a 2-barrel carburetor. Optional engines included the 340 V8, the 383 V8, the popular 440 Magnum V8, and the legendary 426 Hemi engine. The 440 Hemi was a huge engine with wedge-shaped combustion chambers but with relatively low compression and only 335 horsepower.

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