- rick ross had some of his vintage vehicles on display in a recent instagram video, walking the camera down a line of retro eye candy that included several chevy bel airs.
- ross's passion for cars is well documented in his music, and he recently said his collection includes around 100 vehicles.
- ross, who named his record label after the luxurious maybach automotive brand, also recently visited jay leno to film a segment on his custom 1957 bel air.
back in 2010, rick ross rapped the lines "new mercedes sedan, the lex' sport/so many cars, dmv thought it was mail fraud" on kanye west's "devil in a new dress." although it's certainly not uncommon for rappers to brag about owning dozens of luxury cruisers and exotic supercars, rick ross wasn't exaggerating—in a recent instagram video, the rapper gave a brief tour of some of the old-school metal in his expansive collection.
in the video, ross ambles down the seemingly endless driveway to his 400-acre, 109-room estate in georgia, giving a taste of some of the classic cars he owns. we can spot at least 12 vehicles in the video, although ross apparently has around 100 cars to his name. the video begins with multiple blue chevrolet bel airs, all second-generation models from between 1955 and 1957, and wraps up with some retro trucks, including a brown and tan 1980s chevrolet c/k with aftermarket led headlights. his cars all look to be in beautiful condition, glistening under the georgia sun, and most of them appear to be stock, although a few ride on glitzy chrome or gold rims.
ross is certainly one of the biggest car enthusiasts in hip-hop. along with his sprawling collection and referencing cars in his music, he is the ceo of maybach music group, a major record label that ross founded and named after the opulent mercedes-owned brand. ross also recently met up with jay leno, touring the famous garage before filming a segment for leno's show about his red custom 1957 chevrolet bel air. ross clearly has a thing for the bel air, as the '57 that he shared with leno is not one of the four bel airs in his most recent instagram video.