Cars, Net Worth, Salary, Age & Wife
Murad Osmann born on 15 May 1985, is a Russian photographer based in Moscow. His series “Follow Me To”, made with his wife Natalia Zakharova, went viral in 2012, and the couple have since been named as top travel influencers. Osmann is a leading Travel influencer with an influencer score of 96, from the influencer marketing platform Klear. Osmann is best known for the “Follow Me” project that began in Barcelona, Spain in 2011 when his then-girlfriend, Natalia Zakharova, became annoyed each time he kept stopping to take photos. As of now, Murad Osmann is currently married to Natalia Zakharova. His estimated net worth stands at $5 Million, with an annual salary of $500,000. His car collection is small, yet it is fast and powerful.
1. Mercedes-Benz C-Class
Mercedes-Benz’s entry-level sports sedan has been thoroughly redesigned for the 2022. But the C-class sticks with its winning formula of luxury and prestige at an affordable price. The modernization gives the C-class what it needs to better battle rivals such as the Audi A4, BMW 3-series, and Genesis G70. The cabin is where we see the most modernization, as the C-class inherits styling elements and technology from the S-class sedan. Like the outgoing C-class, the 2022 model is built on a rear-drive platform, is powered by a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, and offers all-wheel drive as an option.
2. Lamborghini Urus
The Urus isn’t just an exotic SUV wearing that supercar badge, it’s a supercar enclosed in an SUV shell. Not only to justify its twin-turbo 4.0-Litre V8 making between 641 and 657 horsepower, but also by its mind-splattering performance on famous racetracks. This high-riding Lambo is the only thing from the brand that can pull a trailer and haul more than two. While its quarter-million-dollar price puts it way out of the league for most of us mere mortals, its interior isn’t as special as it should be for such a huge wad of cash.
3. Lexus LS
Lexus LS, as the flagship of the Lexus lineup, this sedan sets the standard of luxury and refinement for the brand. However, it disappoints in a couple of important categories. The entry-level powertrain is a smoothly tuned twin-turbo V6, but it lacks the direct punch of a V8. The upgraded powertrain is a hybrid setup that is insufficiently refined for a car in this lofty category. Cabin trimmings are range-topping upscale, though, and the LS offers both comfort and polish for passengers. An enthusiastic driver may find the LS’s driving demeanor a bit of a snooze, but the ride quality is comfortable and the interior is silent.