Lando Norris Stuns with $1.5M Personal Car Collection, Including Four McLaren Supercars

He might be known best for driving cars on the F1 track, but Lando Norris has an incredible on-road personal car collection.

In fact, his collection is worth a whopping $1.5m.

And, of course, it includes four McLaren supercars.

After becoming the youngest-ever F1 driver, Lando Norris is now driving one of the fastest cars in F1.

He secured the maiden triumph of his Formula 1 career, storming to his first Grand Prix win around the Miami International Autodrome circuit earlier this month.

He beat reigning world champion, Max Verstappen, finishing over seven and a half seconds in front.

But when he’s driving around the streets of Monaco, he also has an enviable fleet of cars to choose from – despite previously confessing that he hates driving.

Lando Norris' jaw-dropping $1.5M personal car collection features four McLaren supercars


Auto Trader reported that the 24-year-old’s car collection is worth in the region of $1.5 million – and that’s only the models we know about.

Of his four McLarens, the most valuable is his McLaren 765LT Spider, and he also has a McLaren 720S, McLaren GT, and a McLaren 570S.

Aside from cars made by his employer, Norris also has a Lamborghini Aventador – like this one found abandoned in the rainforest – and a Rolls-Royce Wraith.

If you’re a fan of the classic British car maker, check out Alex Hirshi – aka Supercar Blondie – picking up her brand new Rolls-Royce customized from scratch.

However, Norris also has a more relatable runaround in the form of a Jaguar F-Type Roadster.

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His favorite? A classic Fiat 500 Jolly.

Only 650 examples of the quirky little runaround were ever made – making it a rare find today.

It’s said that the F1 star has been spotted driving around the streets of Monaco in it with his rumored model girlfriend, Margarida Corceiro.

“And then in Monaco, I drive my little Fiat 500 Jolly. You don’t need a big car in Monaco, so that’s my perfect little run-around,” he told Top Gear.

“Out of all my dream cars, the Fiat was the most affordable at this stage so that’s why I bought it,” he continued.

“It’s not actually an original Jolly so I might get abused for this, but it’s just a fun car. And it’s easy to park which is always a perk of having something small and cute in Monaco.”