John Cena – An Auto Geek?! Check Out His 2006 Ford GT!


You all know that John Cena is one of the best WWE wrestlers and that he has tried himself in acting as well, but what you didn’t know is that this man likes cars and has a pretty good taste. One more thing you probably didn’t know is that Cena has its own car show called Auto Geek in which he highlights all the cars he has. It’s just like Jay Leno’s garage with a lot of muscles and minus all that denim.

In his last clip this wrestler showcased his 2006 Ford GT, and on that occasion, he explained why does this particular vehicle have a special place in his heart. Cena bought this car back in 2006 when the coupe had covered just 1.250 miles at that time, and he bought it with every available option but without the well known white stripes and lettering that can be found on nearly every example of this car. If you wonder why, well Cena says it is because of the lack of those detailing makes this car even more stealthy, and people have no idea what they see on the road. Nice one, I must admit.

Cena’s GT is very nice especially with this light tone of gray color that accentuates the retro lines and those red brake calipers that bring some heat in the picture. It is powered by that good old 5.4-liter supercharged V8 which still delivers those healthy 550 horsepower. But wait, this is such a sporty and low profile car, how in Gods green earth does Cena fit in it. The answer is very easy, the only problem is that his huge arms hide the gear shift when he uses the shifter. One of the most popular wrestlers did admit that he doesn’t drive it as much as he would want but those brief moments when he is behind the wheel, he has a lot of fun.

If you didn’t know Cena is a big fan of American muscle cars and he took this opportunity to inform everybody that the next addition to his garage will be a new Ford GT. Some of the other rides in his collection include classics like a 1969 Chevrolet COPO Camaro and 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge, while one of the more modern entries is the 2009 Corvette ZR1.