Evan Mobley Car Collection: Cars of Evan Mobley


Cars, Net Worth, Salary, Age & Girlfriend

Evan Mobley born June 18, 2001, is an American professional basketball player for the Cleveland Cavaliers of the NBA. He played college basketball for the USC Trojans and was selected third overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Mobley was considered a consensus five-star recruit and one of the top three players in the 2020 recruiting class and at one point ahead of Cade Cunningham. On August 5, 2019, he committed to play college basketball for USC over offers from UCLA and Washington, among other major NCAA Division I programs. Evan became one of the highest-ranked players to join the program. As of now, Evan Mobley is currently single and not dating anyone. His estimated net worth stands at $5 Million, with an annual salary of $800,000. His car collection is small, yet fast and exciting.

1. Dodge Charger

Evan Mobley Dodge

Dodge Charger is one of the muscle cars, which are meant to roar and disturb the entire neighborhood between streetlights. This has been off its leash for plenty of years now. After more than a decade, the ageless Charger comes with a 292-hp V6 as standard and RWD, with an AWD option which is not much needed. This version is considered the calm older dog of the lineup. But there’s also ride-or-die in the Charger family. On stepping up to the R/T trim with the 370-hp 5.7-liter V8 engine. The Scat Pack variant gets even more power, with the 6.4-Liter, 485-hp V8.

2. Mercedes-AMG GLE Coupe

Evan Mobley 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.

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