THE Gypsy King boasts chariots that have been the envy of the sporting world over the years.
Tyson Fury, 33, recently showed off TWO new Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II motors – priced at a staggering £384,000 each.
Heavyweight star Tyson Fury boasts an epic car collectionCredit: Refer to Caption
Fury showed off his first new Rolls Royce on InstagramCredit: Instagram @tysonfury
Days later, he posted footage of a second Rolls Royce he added to his collection
A £20k Vauxhall Passat was spotted on Fury’s drive, which he cleaned upCredit: Instagram
The WBC champion was also spied buying a £140,000 Porsche Taycan – a month after disposing of Dillian Whyte at Wembley stadium.
But he isn’t all flashy. Tyson was happy to share an instagram story of a £20,000 Vauxhall Passat that he was cleaning on his drive way.
In the past, he drove a stunning Ferrari GTC4Lusso worth around £250,000.
And on the opposite end of the scale, the heavyweight boxer has also squeezed his giant 6ft 9in frame into a 1993 Mini Cooper that would’ve cost no more than £10,000.
Here’s a look inside Tyson’s motors through the years.
Fury is a big fan of the Ferrari brand, having previously owned a California which he sold to a pal.
His GTC4Lusso is the priciest car in his garage, with a value of around £250,000.
Fury added a £250,000 Ferrari GTC4Lusso to his car collection in 2019Credit: BackGrid
He added it in 2019, after he confirmed his second fight with Deontay Wilder.
It’s a speedy supercar too – able to hit 0-62mph in just 3.4 seconds.
THE MOST EXPENSIVE
The Rolls-Royce Phantom is one of the classiest motors you can get.
And, of course, it comes with a hefty £360,000 price tag that only the mega-rich can afford.
Fury had one, regularly posing on social media with it over the years.
However, he sold it when he suffered with depression and his life spiraled out of control.
He has also been pictured in a Rolls-Royce Dawn.
The most expensive motor Fury ever owned was a £360,000 Rolls-Royce PhantomCredit: BackGrid
Fury pictured in a Rolls-Royce DawnCredit: Refer to Caption
LOVES A ROLLER
Fury also owned a Rolls-Royce Cullinan alongside his brilliant Phantom.
But again, with the trappings of fame and wealth too much to stand, he decided to flog it.
The Wythenshawe fighter even posted an emotional video on YouTube waving goodbye to the motor as it left his drive.
He claimed to have swapped it for a used Volkswagen Passat that cost him just £500.
Fury was also believed to own a Rolls-Royce Cullinan worth £300,000Credit: Alamy
Everybody knows a Mini Cooper isn’t exactly the roomiest vehicle on the market.
Worse still, if you are as tall as 6ft 9in and weigh around 20 stone, it’ll be a tight a squeeze fitting into one.
But that didn’t bother Tyson, who was seen in a £10,000 Mini Cooper driving around Morecambe.
He even, unashamedly, shared an image giving the thumbs up inside the British icon.
6ft 9in Fury squeezes his frame into his 1993 Mini CooperCredit: Refer to Caption
He matches cars with his mate, Billy Joe Saunders.
In 2019, Tyson showed off his red Ferrari Portofino motor, alongside Saunders’ similar model in a car park.
The Portofino usually retails at around £170,000 for a base model.
Astonishingly, it has a top speed of 198 mph.
Tyson Fury shows off his matching Ferrari Portofino with friend Billy Joe SaundersCredit: Instagram @gypsyking101
The red Portofino carries a price tag of around £170,000Credit: Instagram @gypsyking101
OUT OF RANGE
As Tyson began his recovery from mental health issues and substance issues, he treated himself to a Range Rover.
But, he wasn’t going to get any old Range Rover – splashing the cash on a £65,000 Sport SVR.
Even better, he got it wrapped in camo.
“Massive thanks to @automotivefashion for wrapping my SVR, looks & feels great. Army edition,” he shared on social media with a snap of his motor.
This £65,000 Range Rover Sport SVR was specially wrapped in camo for FuryCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd
In 2016, Fury was spotted driving a Mercedes-AMG G class SUV.
The £160,000 is one of the most luxurious vehicles around and is favored by plenty of Premier League stars.
Fury’s is personalized with blacked out windows, with one having an etching of his famous nickname’s initial ‘GK’.
A year before that, he took to Twitter to show off an original G Wagon from 1991.
A personalized G Wagon with ‘GK’ signature on a blacked out window was Fury’s ride in 2016Credit: Maverick Photo Agency