Cars, Net Worth, Salary, Age & Wife
Maya Yoshida born 24 August 1988, is a Japanese professional footballer who plays as a centre-back for Bundescenter-backchalke 04 and captains the Japan national team. Born in Nagasaki, Japan, Yoshida began playing football at Nanling FC in his second year at elementary school. His older brother, Honami, played an important role in starting his football career when he searched on the internet for Nagoya Grampus’s U-15 team. On 30 August 2012, Yoshida agreed to join newly–promoted Premier League side Southampton on a three-year contract for a fee thought to be in the region of £3 million. As of now, Maya Yoshida is currently single and not dating anyone. His estimated net worth stands at $10 Million, with an annual salary of $3 Million. His garage consists of only Land Rovers and it is beautiful.
1. Range Rover Velar
Maya Yoshida Car collection has one of the best SUVs. Range Rover Velar gives the luxurious look from the inside and is muscular from the outside. The Velar has a 3.0L V6 twin-turbocharged engine producing 250 horsepower. This car goes from 0-60mph in just 6.8 seconds. The exterior of the car gives the most dynamic look. With this kind of feature, it is perfectly made for Maya, and he even owns two of them.
2. Land Rover Range Rover
Land Rover Range Rover is what global elites get attracted to the Range Rover. As this doesn’t offer the SUV’s legendary off-road capability. But rather it is effortlessly elegant styling, an opulent cabin, and the A-list status that it’s developed over the years. Starting with a turbocharged inline-six with a 48-volt hybrid system named P400. This churns out 395 hp. On testing, it proved to be buttery-smooth and provided enough juice to pull the large-bodied Rover around. While a 523-hp twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 engine; Land Rover named it as P530 is even vivacious and cranks up the Range Rover’s towing capacity to 8200 pounds.
3. Land Rover Range Rover Sport
Land Rover Range Rover Sport is a vehicle that has the perfect balance of off-road capability, luxury accommodations, and the status of an upper-crust image. Something from Land Rover’s flagship Range Rover lineup should do just fine. But if one’s budget is slightly less elastic, the Rover Sport is an alternative that’s nearly as satisfying. Despite its smaller size, the Sport has a similar attitude to the more expensive Range Rover. But with an added dose of taurine. A trio of powerhouses are offered, which includes a hybrid inline-six, a plug-in hybrid inline-six, and a mega twin-turbo V8 a good variety of choices. The cabin is upscale and well-equipped with desirable tech.
4. Land Rover Defender
The Defender is powered by a 5.0-liter supercharged V8 paired with an 8-speed gearbox making 525 horses. The Land Rover comes with a price tag of almost $95,000. The Defender boasts features such as a side-mounted gear carrier, 360-degree camera, a 10″ infotainment system that supports Apple Car Play and Android Auto, blind spot assist, 12.3″ all-digital Interactive Driver Display.
5. Range Rover Evoque
Range Rover Evoque is the snappy dresser of the subcompact-SUV class, and it’s guaranteed to turn heads. Neither its cargo capacity nor interior space is as generous as in rivals such as the BMW X1, Mercedes-Benz GLB-class, and Volvo XC40. The Rover offers a choice of two turbocharged four-pot engines but neither will save much at the pump, as their fuel efficiency is below average. Ultimately, the Evoque’s charm lies in its eye-catching styling language, tailored cabin, and luxury-brand cachet. On the plus side, its tall seating position gives it a more SUV-like feel than some lower-riding rivals.