Social media star, Taylor Caniff, who created his YouTube account in 2012 and posted his first Vine video a year later now has 2.1 million Vine followers, 2.3 million followers on Instagram, 330,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel, and one very ugly looking "galaxy" Lamborghini Gallardo. Caniff had the Lamborghini wrapped at West Coast Customs and shared a video of him picking it up for the first time on his YouTube channel. Would you do this to a Lamborghini? Check it out below.
We're (almost) used to seeing rappers and other celebrities standing on top of their exotic cars but this is a first. Instead of Seattle Sounders forward, Obafemi Martins standing on his own supercar, he let his son walk all over the windshield of his Lamborghini Aventador instead. #SMH.
Scott Disick's learning that not all driveways can be as big as the Kardashians. He shared a photo of his Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe sitting in the driveway of what we're assuming is his new house. The space between the garage and the gate is barely enough to fit the Phantom.
UFC fighter Conor McGregor has added not one, but three different cars to his garage recently. First, the BMW i8, then a Mercedes-Benz S-Coupe and a Cadillac Escalade. McGregor shared a photo of his cars, which also includes a new Range Rover, sitting in his driveway outside his home.
Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles star and real estate agent, Josh Flagg enjoys the finer things in life and his car collection is no exception. We knew Flagg was rolling around in a new Bentley Flying Spur but he's recently acquired a couple other rides (and a new garage). Most recently, Flagg picked up a 1960 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud convertible. Flagg ran into fellow Rolls Royce owner and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, Lisa Vanderpump and the two posed with their RR's and added the caption "old meets new!".
Flagg also picked up a Rolls Royce Corniche which he says had been his dream car since he was little.
It looks like Flagg finally moved on from hotel life and into a home with a garage fit for a king and his car collection.