John Cena is an impressive WWE fighter, and many people admire his physique, his talents that he often displays in the ring or even acting abilities. However, some people are blown away by the vehicles this guy owns.
He posted a video on YouTube channel called The Bella Twins, a channel his fiancée, Nikki Bella, shares with her sister. In this video, you can see John Cena taking his fans inside his garage so that they can see what cars he owns. As you could have guessed, everything in that garage is at least impressive. He described himself as the “Range Rover fanatic” and he proudly presented his favorite vehicle assembled by this brand – a rare 2012 Range Rover Autobiography Ultimate Edition.
Only 500 are made worldwide, while only 50 are located in the US and Cena has one of them. He calls it “the diamond of Range Rover” because it is unique and breeds luxury. Although the vehicle is massive, only four people can sit inside it, because it has two pairs of captain’s chairs whereas the rear is entitled as “theater configuration,” you can assume why. In addition, the Autobiography Ultimate Edition comes with two iPads built into the back of the driver and front passenger seats plus there is also a Wi-Fi connectivity option.
Inside, there is a lot of leather, while wooden veneer lines the door panels and dashboard whereas treated teak wood is used for the trunk. It also has a mini fridge and two champagne flutes, which is rather luxurious, don’t you think?
However, this Range Rover is just one in John Cena’s garage. He also presented his 2006 Ford GT which he has had for more than 10 years, but which reached only 1,250 miles on the clock. This Ford comes with a 5.4-liter V8 engine that delivers 550 horses, and it can reach 60 mph in about three seconds. Cena also owns the 2006 Rolls Royce Phantom and his fiancée Nikki has the 2011 Bentley Continental GT Supersports convertible.
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