Sunday, June 26, 2022

YOUNG MONEY I’m 15 and here is my £10m car collection including a Bugatti I bought with money from YouTube

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WHAT did you do when you were 15? If you feel the same as usThey probably worked for a pittance on a dodgy first engine.

Not this bloke who’s already making £20,000 a month from his YouTube channel and has amassed a seriously impressive car collection – despite not being legally able to drive them.

Donald Dougher is a 15-year-old YouTuber who started his Donlad channel in 2019.

He now has 600,000 subscribers and hundreds of thousands more on Instagram and TikTok.

He uploads a variety of different videos rather than sticking to a theme related to things like lifestyle, clothes, pranks, and cars.

It’s the last of those we’re focusing on here, with the self-proclaimed “America’s Richest Kid” having access to some incredible engines.

Here are just some of the most expensive.

The Bugatti Chiron is already an extremely rare, expensive car, but only 110 of these 110 Ans models were ever made.

The limited edition car was made to celebrate Bugatti’s 110th birthday and its design is based on the colors of the French flag.

It will go from 0-100km/h in 2.4 seconds, transition to more than 260km/h and cost around £3.3million.

The Ferrari La Ferrari was built to compete with the other hypercars of the time from Porsche and McLaren.

It’s actually a hybrid, but don’t be fooled into thinking this is to save fuel – it just uses the electric motors to go faster.

It costs £1million and will go 217mph.

Pagani is a highly exclusive car manufacturer from Italy that hand-builds high-end hypercars for wealthy customers.

His Huayra is rare, but the open roadster version of it is even rarer. Then consider that this one is purple with gold wheels and you are looking at a one-off.

Its V12 engine makes 753bhp and can do 210mph, while you’ll need £2.3million to buy one.

At ‘only’ £150,000, the McLaren 570S is something of a daily runabout for Donald.

However, it’s still a race-bred machine with a twin-turbo V8 engine that produces 570 horsepower and a top speed of 240 mph.

The Rolls-Royce Cullinan wasn’t universally popular when it first appeared, but all wealthy people seem to have gotten over it because they’re extremely popular now.

There are few cars as imposing on the road or as comfortable and quiet to drive, let alone as luxurious on the inside.

Prices start at around £260,000 for a Cullinan, but the options list is long and many buyers are spending upwards of £500,000 on one.

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