Gordon Ramsay's Car Collection


Famous for being the star of Hell's Kitchen and telling people how it is, we all know that Ramsay loves to swear and decent food. But have you seen his car collection? You won't believe the cars he stores in his garage!

The celebrity chef loves exotic tastes and you could say that this is reflected in his choice of cars too. So forget about his swearing and let's take a look at how Gordon Ramsay cools off in some of the most powerful and luxurious cars.

1. Ferrari F355 GTS

We all know that Gordon loves a good F word, but it turns out his favourite is Ferrari! When he's not cooking up a storm in the kitchen or yelling at people on the TV, turns out Gordon Ramsay is chilling in his Targa-style yellow GTS. The F355 is a classic, boasting a mid-engine setup and providing its driver with the best of both worlds, we've no doubt about it that Gordon is a big performance man.

The Ferrari F355 has been overlooked by collectors before, but it's an incredible machine that's capable of 183mph and is very much appreciated by everyone, including Ramsay. But it turns out the chef needed bigger and better sensory thrills to keep him entertained.

2. Aston Martin DB7 V12 Vantage

Boasting cutting-edge technology when it first debuted, the DB7 has to be, hands down the one that saved Aston Martin. Gordon jumped on the bandwagon and was determined to join the 200mph club and he did exactly that. He now owns another Aston: the DBS Superleggera!

Adding this one to his beloved collection too, just shows us how much Gordon loves engines. Combining brutal power with an exclusive British supercar, it's no wonder Gordon fancied a good drive of it, that much so that he had to own one too.

3. Porsche 918 Spyder

You can bet that Ramsay's garage is a sight for a sore eyes with the amount of metal he's got stored away in there. The list doesn't end there either as Ramsay went on to bag his first hypercar, the Porsche 918 Spyder.

Ramsay Porsche 918 Sypder

One of the first to embrace hybrid technology, the Spyder is powered by a Le Mans-derived naturally aspirated 4.6-litre V8, this beauty even has an additional two electric motors, giving the 918 that bit extra when it comes to bhp, pushing it to 282bhp, you can't fault it really. If Gordon's sold, then so are we. Believe it or not, this is also the only Porsche that Ramsay owns and it's believed to be one of the best from Stuttgart itself and definitely up there with one of Gordon's collectables.

4. McLaren 675LT

This exclusive supercar is a mean machine that is part of a series-production McLaren. The "LT", stands for "Longtail", which refers to the fact that this bad boy was patterned after the 1997 McLaren F1 GTR Longtail. So as well as being expensive, its a performer and a collectable that Gordon will most likely cherish for a long while.

5. Land Rover Defender 110

This beast, featuring huge 37-inch tyres, is a customised off-roader and a celebrity, just like its owner. Having starred in the James Bond movie, Spectre, this 4x4 is the only surviving stunt from the film and is a symbol of great pride. It's no wonder that Gordon wants it to be a part of his collection.

On top of its toughened suspension and rally dampers, there's also the cost. Sitting at an estimate of around £245,000, this defender has to be one of the world's most expensive Rovers, easily. With only seven of the ten cars built for the film surviving, and with Gordon keeping hold of one of them, this really is as precious as they come.

If you're thinking of investing in a car or two like Gordon, you could try selling your current car to make up the cash, or even try scrapping it. Whichever you decide, just enter your reg below. It's free and you'll get an instant valuation without entering your personal info!

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