Keiko Ihara Luxurious Car Collection & Net Worth


Japanese Racer Keiko Has Some Cool Cars

Keiko Ihara born July 4, 1973, is a Japanese race car driver. She was a former race queen, a model who appears in a swimsuit or other fashionable apparel at race circuits, before deciding to become a racing driver. She is one of the few Japanese women nationals to race internationally at a high level. Her best finishes in the British Formula Three Championship are two 8th place finishes in 2005, which helped her to a final championship standing position of 16th with 12 points. In the 2006 series, she finished in 17th and last position in the Championship Class, with 4 points. As of now, Keiko Ilhara is currently married to Gen Motojima. Her estimated net worth stands at $5 Million, with an annual salary of $500,000. So, let’s check out her cars.

Keiko Ihara Car CollectionPrice (USD)
Mazda RX-Vision$80,000
Aston Martin DB11$220,086
Nissan Leaf$27,800
Ihara’s Cars

1. Mazda RX-Vision

Keiko Ilhara Mazda

The Mazda RX-Vision is a concept sports car produced by the Japanese car manufacturer Mazda, presented in 2015. The RX-Vision was presented at the Tokyo Motor Show in October 2015. A racing version of the car, the Mazda RX-Vision GT3 Concept, was announced at the 2019 FIA Gran Turismo Championship World Finals. Designed for the Group GT3 regulations and the Gran Turismo Sport video game, the car became available in the game in May 2020.

2. Aston Martin DBS

Keiko Ihara Aston Martin

Coming up to the next supercar in Kieko Ihara Car Collection is the ultimate and giant Aston Martin DB11. The DB11 is powered by a 5.2-liter Twin-Turbocharge V12 engine which makes an output of 528 Horsepower and 513 Pound Feet of Torque. The DB11 V12 is one special supercar with aggressive looks and a powerful motor under the hood. It gets a price tag between $250K to $300,000 depending on the customizations.

3. Nissan Leaf

Keiko Ihara Nissan

Nissan Leaf came to the market in 2023 as a hatchback and it provides the comfort but lacks a lot in terms of performance. Yes the car is pocket friendly and does start at a mere $30,000, but lacks a lot in features. Firstly the car cannot be charged at all public charging stations which is one of the major drawback. Secondly, the range which is just a little over 200 miles on a full charge. The car is comfortable for the hatchback category and it also comes added with all modern technology features and entertainment systems. Overall it’s a great car if you have a charger set up at home and only have it for city use.

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