Vivian Tu Latest Car Collection & Net Worth


Cars, Net Worth, Salary, Age & Boyfriend

Vivian Tu was born on January 1, 1990 (age 33) in the United States. She is a celebrity TikTok star. When the burnout came for former JP Morgan trader Vivian Tu, she decided to leave Wall Street for a gig in the media space. But when she did, she took with her a financial savvy that would lead her down an unexpected path: building a career out of offering fun, digestible financial advice on social media. As of now, Vivian Tu is currently dating but the identity of her boyfriend is kept private. Her estimated net worth stands at $1 Million, with an annual salary of $200,000. Her car collection is small yet decent.

1. Cadillac Lyriq


Cadillac’s first electric car is a step toward the brand’s electric future. The 2023 Cadillac Lyriq offers sharp styling and a modern and stylish cabin with great performance. Lyriq comes in both single-motor rear-wheel drive and dual-motor all-wheel drive with up to 312 miles of range per charge. The new Lyriq is designed from the ground up to be compatible with General Motors’ new scalable battery architecture. The new architecture allows DC fast charging as well as standard in-home connections. Instead of going incredible performance, Lyriq’s road behavior is more focused on comfort, quietness, and luxury. The cabin is graciously designed and spacious enough for passengers, but the cargo space isn’t as generous as rival SUVs.

2. 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.

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