An Inside Look at the Luxury Vehicles in NBA Star Steph Curry’s Car Collection
The rich and famous define themselves with the things they can afford that the rest of can’t, including cars. Athletes love their fancy and insanely expensive cars, and NBA superstars are no exception. Let’s take an inside look at some expensive and outrageous vehicles in NBA star Steph Curry’s car collection.
Curry might not be able to match other NBA greats such as LeBron James or Michael Jordan, but his collection includes a beautiful European sports car (page 5) and a vehicle people in the Bay Area are pretty familiar with (page 8).
Cadillac Escalade ESV
- MSRP: $76,990
Almost every athlete has or wants this luxury SUV, including Steph Curry. The two-time MVP might have already sold his Escalade, and considering some of the other cars in his collection we are about to see, we don’t blame him.
Next: We’re sure this car is part of Steph Curry’s car collection.
- MSRP: $35,200
Now that he’s the international spokesman, we’re sure there’s an Infiniti in Steph Curry’s car collection. What we’re unsure about is if it’s the same one into which he supposedly drained a long-range shot during a commercial shoot.
Next: This was a brief entry in Steph Curry’s car collection.
- MSRP: $25,900
Each NBA MVP receives a Kia as part of the prize, and Steph Curry won a 2016 Sorento for his 2014-15 MVP season. He didn’t keep it for long. According to The Drive, he immediately donated the car to the East Oakland Youth Development Center, which is just a few blocks away from the Golden State Warriors’ arena.
Next: An off-road machine that looks good on pavement.
Mercedes Benz G55
- MSRP: $123,600
Mercedes’ boxy-looking mammoth SUV looks like it’s suited to off-road adventure, but the one in Steph Curry’s car collection is best on the pavement. He took the base model and tricked it out with chrome accents and custom wheels.
Next: This might be the crown jewel in the collection.
Porsche 911 GT3 RS
- MSRP: $187,500
This might not be the most expensive vehicle in Steph Curry’s car collection, but it still might be the crown jewel. Besides its sleek yet muscular looks, the 500-horsepower goes from zero to 60 mph in just 3.1 seconds and hits a top speed of 193 mph. The only downside is when Curry has to stop for gas and get filmed by some zealous fans.
Next: This is what counts as a family car when you’re as rich as Steph Curry.
Porsche Panamera Turbo S
- MSRP: $150,000
We just looked at Steph Curry’s Porsche 911 GT3 RS, which is a high-performance sports car that’s not really suited to driving the family around town. The 4-door Panamera is more suitable for the entire Curry clan, even though it packs plenty of punch under the hood with 550 horsepower that creates a top speed of 190 mph.
Next: Post-factory modifications make this even car even more expensive.
Range Rover Sport LWB
- MSRP: $208,200
Luxury SUVs have a special place in Steph Curry’s car collection. We know he owns a tricked out Mercedes G55, and he also has a Range Rover Sport with a long wheelbase in the garage. The car costs close to $210,000 from the dealer, but we know Curry’s cost a lot more than that since he took his white model for some post-factory modifications, including custom 22-inch wheels.
Next: A car Bay Area residents know well.
Tesla Model X 90D
- MSRP: $93,184
Steph Curry’s car collection might not come close to other high-profile fleets, such as Jay Leno’s, but we admire the selection in Curry’s garage. He has a couple of luxury SUVs, at least one sports car, an Infiniti sedan, and a Tesla Model X, which is a car people in the Bay Area are pretty familiar with. After all, Tesla’s headquarters in Palo Alto is less than 30 miles from the Warriors’ home arena.
Next: The money is rolling in.
How Steph Curry makes his millions
- $34.6 million salary is just part of his paycheck.
A blockbuster 5-year contract paid Steph Curry $34.6 million for the 2017-18 season, but that’s just part of his paycheck. Forbes estimates he makes another $35 million off the court from endorsement deals with Infiniti, Chase Bank, and Under Armour, among others.