- US Hip Hop artist Khalid is one of world's best singer songwriters, but one thing you might not know about him is his amazing car collection
- The Grammy award-nominated artist list of cars includes a BMW M6 Gran Coupe, Lamborghini Urus, Ford Mustang, Porsche GT3 RS, Chevrolet G10 and a Ferrari F8 Tributo
- The 24-year-old who was born in Georgia saw his debut studio album American Teen go platinum after its 2017 release
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Undeniably cool, Khalid offers smooth tunes and brilliant music videos, but the 24-year-old also has amazing taste in cars. His breakout album American Teen debuted in 2017 and went on to go platinum.
The US Hip Hop star's garage is filled with awesome cars, including BMW M6 Gran Coupe, Lamborghini Urus, Ford Mustang, Porsche GT3 RS, Chevrolet G10 and a Ferrari F8 Tributo.
Khalid's first car was a BMW 4 Series Convertible which isn't a bad way to get one's car history started, he told BMW in a 2009 interview.
The 24-year-old has superb taste in style – and cars, as seen by the appearance of the exclusive M3 (E36) model that appears throughout his music video “Better.” It's arguably one of the best music videos that feature cars and it's worth a watch below.
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The musician, who is an ambassador for BMW's new range of electric cars, collaborated and designed a BMW i8 Art Car for the Coachella music festival in 2019, CarBuzz reports.
Here's a list of Khalid's cool whips:
Classic Ford Mustang
Ferrari F8 Tributo
Nissan R34 GTR
Porsche GT3 RS
Mzansi luxury car sector: Top 4 best selling lux car brands in SA for March 2022, Porsche at #1
There was good news to take from the new car sales and vehicle export data in March 2022. New vehicle sales in South Africa for March 2022 were recorded at 50 607 units, the highest monthly sales total since October 2019, Briefly News reports.
In comparison to the sales figures for March 2021, the total vehicles reflected an increase of 7 184 units, or 16,5%, from the 43 423 vehicles sold in March 2021, Naamsa reports.
Porsche increased their sales by three units, Ferrari posted a positive month of 11 sales for an increase of five models while Lamborghini stood firm at six units sold in February and again in March.
Source: Briefly News