Henrique Dubugras Car Collection & Net Worth

Henrique Dubugras is the Founder and Co-CEO of Brex; the first-of-its-kind corporate card for startups. A Brazilian entrepreneur, Henrique built the payments company Pagar.me; the Stripe of Brazil, when he was sixteen years old. In the fall of 2016, Henrique sold Pagar.me and enrolled at Stanford University. After eight months, he left school and founded Brex, which raised $215M in funding across three rounds in its first 22 months and was the fastest U.S. business-to-business company to be valued at over $1bn. As of now, Henrique Dubugras is currently engaged to his fiance, but her identity is kept private. His estimated net worth stands at $1.5 Billion, with an annual salary of $150 Million. His car collection is small and simple when compared to the net worth accumulated.

1. Audi Q5

Henrique Dubugras Audi

Audi Q5, the compact luxury crossover SUV came to production in 2008 after it was first unveiled at the 2008 Beijing Auto Show. The vehicle went on sale early in Europe in October 2008 while the US model went in March 2009. The initial Europe model was equipped with 2.0 TFSI Quattro, 2.0 TDI Quattro, and 3.0 TDI Quattro. Whereas the US model got 3.2 FSI quattro and 2.0 TFSI quattro. At the initial stages of release, Audi planned to make a hybrid variant of the vehicle. But couldn’t do it as the crash test results came out very bad with the nickel metal hydride batteries. For the second generation in 2017 the vehicle came with a long-wheelbase variant.

2. Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class

Henrique Dubugras Mercedes

The GLE class offers the latest technology, spacious interiors, and off-road capabilities like the other Mercedes mid-size SUVs. It has spacious first and second-row sitting but the optional third-row is quite cramped and feels comfortable only for children. It is available in a variety of engine options to choose from such as a turbocharged four-cylinder engine starting from its base variant. The turbo inline-six and twin-turbo V8 are also available in top variants. It got a 5-star safety rating from NHTSA. It comes with automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection and blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alerts are standard. Adaptive cruise control with the semi-autonomous driving mode is also available.

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