Emelia Hartford Car Collection & Net Worth

Car Collection of YouTuber Emelia Hartford

Emelia Hartford is a famous person who’s into racing cars, making custom cars, hosting TV shows, and acting. She became famous for making one of the fastest custom Corvette C8s in the world and for her YouTube channel about customizing performance cars, which she started in 2017. Before YouTube, she did some acting and worked in the service industry. She liked to work on cars as a hobby and shared her progress on Instagram, catching the attention of Michelin, which invited her to New York to launch its performance summer tyre, the Pilot Sport 4S. Her estimated net worth is $3 million. Now, let’s see what cars she owns.

Emelia Hartford Car CollectionPrice (USD)
Toyota Prius$24,525
Porsche 911 GT3 RS $223,800
Nissan 240SXN/A
Chevrolet C8 CorvetteN/A
Ford Mustang$36,120
Ferrari 458 Italia$282,900
Nissan Skyline GT-R$120,544

Toyota Prius

Emelia Hartford Toyota

Don’t misunderstand, this isn’t Emelia’s everyday car. She’s modified it extensively, turning this ordinary Toyota into something extraordinary. Emelia mentioned she had to switch from her Subaru because it wasn’t reliable enough.

Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Emelia Hartford Porsche

When we think of Porsche 911 GT3 variants, we usually think of speed and its sleek aerodynamic design that quickly accelerates to 60 mph. However, there’s a limit to how much air any engine can move. This means the Porsche 911 GT3 RS can’t just rely on increased power to surpass its turbocharged version. Porsche has given this GT3 RS a sporty appearance, along with its powerful 4.0L flat-six engine. Thanks to this engine, the sports car generates 518 hp, making it the most powerful naturally aspirated 911.

Nissan 240SX


This car in Hartford’s collection is quite special. According to the YouTuber, it was this car that motivated her to start modifying cars and her YouTube channel. After buying it, she made significant changes to the car, transforming it into a powerful drift machine with extensive mechanical upgrades, including the powertrain. GKTech provided the car’s suspension setup, which included Offset Strut Tops, racing coilovers, High Clearance Front Lower Control Arms, and Tension Rods, among other components.

Chevrolet C8 Corvette


Emelia bought the Corvette C8 as soon as it came out in 2020, planning to keep it in stock. But on her way home, she made a detour to Pikes Performance. There, she added a bottle of NoS and took it to a Texas dragstrip. Later on, she upgraded it further with a fuel cell, a carbon fibre engine intake manifold, and a twin-turbo kit from Pikes Performance. The manifold was built to handle the intense demands of high-performance runs and the huge amount of boost generated by the twin turbos. After numerous tests and tweaks, Emelia’s C8 became the fastest and most powerful C8 in the world.

Ford Mustang

Emelia Hartford Ford

Emelia bought a Ford Mustang GT but wasn’t happy with its power. So, she decided to make some serious changes. In the photo, you can see she replaced the original engine with a massive 9.8L V8 big block engine, along with a huge supercharger. After lots of modifications and numerous dyno runs to test its power, Emelia revealed in a video that the car now pumps out around 2,000 hp at the rear wheels.

Ferrari 458 Italia

Emelia Hartford Ferrari

The Ferrari 458 Italia is among the top-notch coupe cars. It’s powered by a 4.5L naturally aspirated V8 engine, churning out 562 hp, and features a full carbon fibre body. It accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds and boasts a top speed of 202 mph, equipped with a 7-speed DCT transmission.

Nissan Skyline GT-R

Emelia Hartford Nissan

The Nissan Skyline GT-R, the last version of the Skyline GT-R series, is a tough-looking coupe with space for four people. It’s full of excellent Japanese engineering. Although it doesn’t seem very powerful at first, it can achieve impressive lap times because of its advanced technology. Tuners have worked on the GT-R over the years, increasing its horsepower to incredible levels. Starting from 400 hp with simple changes, it can go all the way up to 800-1000 hp with extensive engine upgrades and turbocharging. Even in its original form, the GT-R is an amazing car, powered by the famous 2.6L RB26DETT straight-six twin-turbo engine. It was officially rated at 276 hp, but many believe it produced much more power.

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