Cars, Net Worth, Salaryl, Age & Girlfriend
Deandre Ayton born July 23, 1998 is a Bahamian professional basketball player who plays for the Phoenix Suns of the NBA. He played for the Arizona Wildcats in the Pac-12 Conference in the 2017–18 season. And was a consensus five-star prospect in the Class of 2017, as well as a McDonald’s All-American. Ayton was selected with the first overall pick in the 2018 NBA draft by the Suns. He was named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team in 2019. In 2021, Ayton helped lead the Phoenix Suns to their first NBA Finals appearance since 1993. As of now, Deandre Ayton is currently dating Anissa Evans. His estimated net worth stands at $35 Million, with an annual salary of $6 Million. Ayton’s car collection is awesome and features some finest pieces.
1. 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.
2. Mercedes G500
Here we have the most insane, practical, fully customized and rich SUV in Deandre Ayton Car Collection. The Mercedes G500 4×4 is one of the most noticeable vehicles on the road and with several of our modifications, you can rest assured everyone will pay attention to this car. Everything in this beast is highly customized which makes it top-end luxury vehicle with great off-road capability. G4x4 costs approximately half-a million dollars or can be way more depends on customizations done by Ayton.
3. Rolls-Royce Cullinan
It is not uncanny that mostly every major carmaker is entering the SUV market segment to cater to the wealthiest. With the Rolls-Royce Cullinan, the British luxury carmaker has offered the best of their craftsmanship packed into a high-riding practical design. It seems practicality is an overstatement to call, the Cullinan offers a badge of prestige with a refinement the brand is known for. From its brilliantly designed exterior to a handstitched interior made with precise and rich materials. The new Rolls SUV offers a super-refined V12 that makes 563 hp that delivers a buttery smooth drive.
4. Tesla Model X
The best in class and built for utility and performance, Tesla Model X is an electric vehicle manufactured by Tesla since 2015. One of the cars that Lilly loves to drive, consists of a dual Electric motor of 75D with 259 hp for both front and rear and a P90D with 259 hp for front and 503 hp for the rear. Its range is 238 miles for 75D and 250 miles for P90D. The top speed of this electric vehicle is 174 mph with a 0-60 time of 3.8 sec. Tesla Model X is available at a price tag of $120,000.
5. Dodge Charger Hellcat
Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is a kind of four-door sedan that looks very different. As the current-gen Charger debuted for the first time in 2005, and since then Dodge has equipped more and more powerful engines to it. A supercharged V8 engine lies under the hood of the latest version pumping out at least 717-hp. Opting for a Redeye model and the horsepower jumps to 797; and with the Jailbreak package that number jumps to an insane 807 ponies. While the Charger SRT Hellcat feels more at home when on a drag strip, rather than on a road course. Its revolting acceleration puts it against the big league players, such as the high-dollar Mercedes-AMG GT63 S and Porsche Panamera Turbo S.
6. Dodge Challenger
Dodge Challenger keeps things vintage with a package that’s built for old-school pony-car jollies and straight-line speed. While muscle rivals have pivoted recently toward sharp handling. The V6 powerhouse is standard in non-SRT Challengers, but the fun comes with the optional naturally aspirated Hemi V8s, which are offered in various displacements. These outputs also span a 375-hp, 5.7-liter to a 485-hp, 6.4-liter. Dodge will be more than happy to equip the big-stomper Challenger SRT Hellcat if one wants even more power. The standard Challenger isn’t as intense as the outrageous Hellcat, but for some its V8 roar and comfortable ride will be enough to deliver nostalgic feelings for the vintage old cars with which it shares a name.