What Cars Does Andrew Tate Own? Inside Millionaire Cobra’s Car Collection Worth Over £5 Million

Cryptocurrency guru, Andrew Tate has an incredible fleet of cars, take a look inside Cobra Tate’s £5 million car collection.

Emory Andrew Tate III is a British-American kickboxer, commentator, and businessman. As a kickboxer, Tate is a 3-time ISKA world champion and Enfusion champion. Born in Washington, DC, and moving to England at four years old, he fought out of Luton, England, until his retirement. 

Andrew Tate is famous for having self-made millions of pounds as a kickboxing star and more recently a cryptocurrency investor and casino chain owner.

The British-American man also has a serious love of cars, and such wealth has allowed him to build an amazing collection.

This Lamborghini is just one of many supercars Tate owns. Credit: Instagram/@ cobratate

Tate was born in the US but came to live in Britain at just four years old. He trained as a kickboxer in Luton, winning multiple world titles.

He now lives in Romania and has since made more money investing in cryptocurrency and opening a chain of casinos.

It’s reported Tate is worth in the region of $100 million, which has allowed him to amass a serious collection of cars.

These include a BugattiRolls-Royce, McLaren, and Aston martin – some of the most expensive brands in the car world.

Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport

Tate's Bugatti is one of only 60 made globally, but gets its own unique look
Tate’s Bugatti is one of only 60 made globally but gets its own unique look. Credit: Instagram/@ cobratate

The Bugatti Chiron is one of the fastest and most expensive cars in the world. The Pur Sport version is even rarer and Tate had this copper paint applied to make it truly unique.

It costs a staggering £3.4m, will sprint from 0-62 mph in a mind-bending 2.3 seconds, and can go 218 mph, but is entirely road legal.

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

Andrew Tate
The DBS is based on the DB11 but is a more track-focused machine. Credit: Instagram/@ cobratate

The £250,000 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera is a 715bhp V12 machine that looks and sounds incredible.

It’s designed to be one of the sportiest Astons to drive, cracking the 0-62mph sprint in just 3.4 seconds and going on to 211 mph.

McLaren 720S

The 720S has been on sale for a while but still feels thoroughly modern. Credit: Instagram/@ cobratate

The McLaren 720S has been around for a while now, but it still looks and feels like it was released yesterday.

You can still buy one, which will set you back some £215,000. it’s powered by a twin-turbo V8 that produces 710hp and allows a 211 mph top speed.

Lamborghini Huracan Spyder

The Lambo's V10 is one of the finest engines ever made
The Lambo’s V10 is one of the finest engines ever made. Credit: Instagram/@ cobratate

There are few greater sounds in the automotive world than the one produced by Lamborghini Huracan’s V10 engine.

Happily, you get to enjoy it even more with the roof down on this open-top version of the Huracan.

it costs around £200,000 to buy and can go more than 200 mph. that’s some serious wind in the hair.

Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe

The least flashy car in Tate’s car collection is still very expensive. Credit: Instagram/@ cobratate

At ‘just’ £130,000, the Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe is probably the cheapest car Tate owns.

It’s still a monster, mind, with a twin-turbo V8 engine pumping out more than 600hp that sounds superb.

Although the S63 is one of the comfiest in Tate’s fleet for crossing continents, it’ll also do 155 mph and get to 62 mph from a standstill in just 3.5 seconds.

Ferrari 812 Superfast

The 812 Superfast is one of the most aggressive modern Ferraris to drive. Credit: Instagram/@ cobratate

Another of the finest engines ever produced is the one in this Ferrari 812. Its V12 is pure indulgence, sounding other-worldly and producing 800hp.

With a name like Superfast it needs to be quick and quick it is – thinks 211 mph as a top speed and a sprint to 62mph time of around three seconds. It costs around £300,000.