This $130 Million Supercar Collection Will Blow Your Mind

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The McLaren Senna (L) and the Bugatti Chiron are just two of the hypercars in the private collection. 

The McLaren Senna (L) and the Bugatti Chiron are just two of the hypercars in the private collection. 

An anonymous resident of Bahrain has the greatest supercar collection in the oil-rich Middle Eastern nation, and perhaps the entire world. 

With nearly $130 million worth of the rarest and most elite performance vehicles ever made residing in one garage, even the location is kept a secret—though the nameless mogul does post photos of the horsepower haven to Instagram. 

Top Gear got an exclusive tour and noted that there's a line of Ferrari hypercars spanning the Prancing Horse's history, including a LaFerrari, Enzo, F50, F40, 288 GTO and 599 GTO. 

Three McLaren models—the F1, P1, and totally insane Senna—are also present, as is the the fastest production car in the world: the 270-plus mph Koenigsegg Agera RS. 

A brand-new Bugatti Chiron and its predecessor, the Veyron (a Hermes Veyron, to be exact), are just a couple more highlights from the lineup's modern side. 

But fans of classic models will no doubt drool over an original-run Porsche 911 GT2 RS (the 997), Lamborghini Countach LP4000 and even a 60s-era Toyota 2000 GT.

We've only scratched the surface. Behold more incredible photos from from "The Collection" below: