Cars, Net Worth, Salary, Age & Husband
Melanie Perkins born 13 May 1987, is an Australian billionaire technology entrepreneur, who is the chief executive officer and co-founder of Canva. Perkins is one of the youngest female CEOs of a tech start-up valued at over A $1 billion. As of May 2021, Perkins was one of Australia’s richest women. Perkins and Obrecht were originally based in Perth. Perkins claims that she was rejected by over 100 local investors in Perth. In 2011, prominent investor, Bill Tai visited Perth to judge a start-up competition. Perkins and Obrecht pitched Tai the initial idea for Canva over dinner. As of now, Melanie Perkins is currently married to Cliff Obrecht. Her estimated net worth stands at $10 Billion, with an annual salary of $100 Million. Her car collection is small, despite her huge net worth, as Melanie likes to be materialistic.
1. Land 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.
2. Nissan Altima
Nissan Altima arrived with a revised front end and tech upgrades keeping the sedan fresh. SV trim gets newly designed 17-inch wheels. The SR, SL, and SR VC-Turbo floats on redesigned 19-inch wheels. The SR model has a black chrome grille and comes with LED headlights as standard. The Altima houses a standard 188-hp 2.5-Liter four-cylinder engine paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). The optional turbocharged 2.0-Liter four-cylinder pumps 248 horsepower with premium fuel and also uses a CVT. The front-wheel drive, the base 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine gets an EPA-estimated 28 mpg city and 39 highway. With all-wheel drive, those EPA estimates drop to 26 mpg city and 36 mpg on the highway.
3. Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class
Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class is for drivers who want a luxurious driving experience rather than a fast lane. The regular GLC300 is quick but lacks handling and highway fuel economy. However, BMW X3 is much better in both aspects. But just like typical Mercedes-Benz, the GLC’s interior blends extravagant materials and cutting-edge technology. The SUV can also be upgraded with leather surfaces, HUD, rear heated seats, ventilated front seats, etc. But sadly, GLC lacks cargo capacity, measuring 19 cubic feet behind the rear seats. Benz does give the GLC an infotainment system benefiting from a variety of control inputs and sophisticated features.