A while ago, The Game asked his fans for some input on what color he should paint his Camaro convertible and the final look turned out like this. Now, it looks like he's picked up another Camaro for his collection and this time it's a coupe and it's red. The Game posted a photo of the Camaro with his Rolls Royce Ghost in the background on Instagram recently.
Another soccer player with great taste. This time, it's 19 year old, Raheem Sterling and his new Mercedes-Benz C63. Yes, you read that right -- he's still a teenager. Sterling posted this photo of himself with his C63 on his Instagram account last week.
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Adam Levine had an embarrassing moment when he and his wife, Behati Prinsloo ran out of gas in their vintage 1950's Mercedes-Benz 300SL. The two were driving down the busy Sunset strip in Hollywood when the car ran out of gas and unfortunately for Levine, TMZ cameras were there to document it.
Check out the video below:
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..and it looks exactly like we thought it would. Just like her G-Wagon - and many other Kardashian/Jenner rides - Kylie's new Range Rover is matte black.
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Monterey Car Week (basically the "Super Bowl" of car events) kicked off this week and will likely pull in celebrities ranging from Jay Leno to Patrick Dempsey. Not only is this week one of the greatest car weeks where car loving celebs will come from all over, it's also host of great parties which is a large pull for anyone loving the luxury lifestyle.
Last night, Jaguar Land Rover held a party to unveil a reproduction e-Type along with the official launch of their new performance line the SVR. In attendance was a host of celebrities including Adam Carolla, Josh Altman Altman and team, and of course one of our favorite D/E list celebs Matt Farah. And no, Heather's dress was not coordinated with the Land Rover Sport SVR in the background.
From left to right: Matt Farah, Heather Bilyeu, Josh Altman, Matthew Altman
And this one is great for anyone that watch "The Car Show" which aired a few years back.
From left to right: Dan Neil formerly of the WSJ, Matt Farah, and Adam Carolla
Photo Source: Matt Farah's Instagram