Toto Wolff shows off amazing car collection after joining billionaire’s club

Mercedes team principal, Toto Wolff, is a proud owner of some of the Silver Arrow’s most classic models.

Toto Wolff, the Mercedes team principal, has amassed a $1 billion net worth – and much of his fortune has evidently gone into his car collection.

Wolff, as well as being Mercedes’ principal, is a one-third stakeholder of the team, which has surely played a prominent role in his wealth.

Evidently, Wolff likes to spend his money on his true passion – cars – and has an exhaustive collection of many luxury cars, both from Mercedes and other brands.

His collection’s worth rivals that of Lewis Hamilton and Christian Horner, with the cars adding up to staggering multi-million-pound totals.

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The Mercedes-Benz 300 SL is likely the most expensive car in his collection, with the classic car retailing for well over the £1m mark.

He also owns a 2020 Mercedes AMG GT R from Mercedes’ performance division.

This beast of a vehicle can get from 0 to 60 in as little as 3.6 seconds, and costs around £170,000.

He also owns the SLS AMG, C-Class, G-Class, GLC, and X-Class, all from the Mercedes-Benz series.

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However, Wolff’s collection does not end with just Mercedes, he also owns many other luxury cars.

Wolff is a proud owner of a Bugatti Veyron, the fastest car in the world when it was released in 2005.

While the Veyron is no longer the world’s fastest car, it still produces 1,001 bhp, which explains its £1m price tag (back in 2005).

The Austrian principal also owns a Maserati GranTurismo, a rear-wheel drive grand tourer, which could get you from 0-60 in less than 5 seconds when it came out in 2007.

Aside from his current collection, Wolff owned many other luxury cars that he chose to sell.

The team boss sold his 2009 Mercedes SL65 AMG Black Series, along with two other cars, with the help of the Tom Hartley Jnr auction house.

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The two other cars were the 2018 Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta, and a 2003 Ferrari Enzo.

The Ferrari Enzo had “less than 350km covered in the car whilst in Toto’s ownership,” according to the sales listing.

This was all accumulated in one day of driving through the Austrian Alps with his wife Susie and the late Niki Lauda.