This $130 Million Supercar Collection Will Blow Your Mind

Living the dream.

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Left: McLaren Automotive

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: