Kevin Hart is often spotted showing off his latest classic automobile project when he isn’t on the set of a new film. Here’s what he’ll be driving in the year 2021.
Kevin Hart is most known for his hilarious stand-up comedy specials and numerous on-screen comedic appearances. There aren’t many performers in Hollywood right now that are working harder than he is. That’s presumably why, year after year, he laughs all the way to the bank. It’s apparent that he’s making good use of his abilities. He’s been able to pursue a new pastime as a result of the money he’s made: collecting old vehicles.
The comedian has developed a passion for classic automobiles and has amassed a stunning collection. You can’t be driving around in a beater when your friends include Will Smith. Here are ten amazing classics that Kevin Hart was spotted in this year.
Pontiac GTO, 1966
In 1966, GM’s GTO Pontiac achieved unheard-of levels of success. America’s favourite muscle car had evolved into a full-fledged model, no longer merely a choice. When compared to the 1964 and 1965 versions, which were also quite popular, there were a number of stylistic modifications.
It ditched the angular look in favour of more sensual shapes. The car’s body was termed the “Coke Bottle Style” because of its shape. Kevin placed new “shoes” on his Pontiac GTO a few years back. He had unique luxury wheels made by Forgiato, a Los Angeles auto specialist firm.
Chevrolet Corvette Convertible, 1959
The body shape of the 1959 Corvette Convertible is identical to that of the 1958 model. The two chrome bars from the deck lid and the falsehood louvres were removed, which was a slight improvement over the previous model year. The seats were another notable alteration. Corvette changed its seats, resulting in some of the most comfortable seats found in any vintage sports vehicle. They perform an excellent job of keeping both the passenger and the driver secure in their seats.
Kevin recently purchased one of these for approximately $825,000. With a 6.2-liter V8 engine under the hood, the C1 he added to his car collection is a genuinely stunning machine.
Wrangler Jeep Wrangler
There aren’t many cars with the kind of pedigree that the Jeep Wrangler does. It all started while the globe was at war for the second time when the US army wanted to develop a capable off-road vehicle. Since then, it has spawned a slew of imitators, but it has remarkably maintained loyal to the format that was first launched in the 1940s.
Kevin, on the other hand, did not purchase the Jeep Wrangler in his collection. One of his close friends had given it to him as a present. Isn’t it wonderful to have pals like that? His vehicle is known as the “What Now Jeep Wrangler.”
“Speedkore” 1970 Plymouth Barracuda
Kevin Hart was engaged in an automobile accident on September 1, 2019. He was driving his 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, which he had purchased only two months before. The horrific car collision happened somewhere in the Malibu Hills of California. Unfortunately, the car was written off, but given how unique this vehicle is, it wouldn’t be surprising if we saw it in his collection again soon.
“Speedkore” 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Kevin Hart (Kevin Hart) courtesy of the Business Journal
Under the hood of the standard 1970 Barracuda was a 7.0-liter V8 engine capable of producing 425 horsepower. SpeedKore, on the other hand, came in with a 6.4-liter HEMI V8 and a 2.9-liter Whipple Supercharger, allowing it to create a mind-blowing 720 horsepower.
Ford Bronco, 1977
SUVs haven’t always been thought of as utilitarian vehicles. They, too, were previously thought to be cool. Take a peek at the first-generation Ford Bronco if you don’t believe us. It wasn’t the first car of its kind, but it was the first to try to demonstrate the potential of that area.
Kevin Hart had this car for a long time before selling it for $139,700 at a Las Vegas auction.
Mustang Convertible, 1965
Since its introduction to the American car scene, the Mustang has always been a prominent figure. Things don’t appear to be slowing down any time soon. Kevin Hart isn’t the only celebrity with this automobile in their garage. This stunning machine has been owned by celebrities ranging from Cher and Jay Leno to former US President Bill Clinton.
Kevin Hart is busy with a variety of projects, one of which is his car-centric show Kevin Hart’s Muscle Car Crew. He recently marketed his new 1965 Ford Mustang on this broadcast, demonstrating how immaculate it is.
“Hellraiser” 1970 Dodge Charger
With several tricks in its sleeve, the 1970 Dodge Charger entered the latter years of the legendary muscle car era. A new chrome loop was added to the bumper, along with a full-width taillamp cover. The R/T versions had reverse body-side scoops that were mimicked.
SpeedKore just presented “Hellraiser,” a beautiful 1970 Dodge Charger made particularly for Kevin Hart. For those who don’t know, the comedian and actor had already destroyed one that the business had created for him.
Chevrolet Camaro, 1969
The 1969 Chevrolet Camaro may not have been one of the fastest muscle cars at the time, but it was the Z28, with its unique blend of induction, exhaust, brake, and engine options, that people sought the most. Kevin Hart owns one of these beauties, which he affectionately refers to as “Bad News.”
He took it to Timeless Kustoms lately, presumably to give it additional power. Kevin had originally planned to do a 2.0, completely overhauling the car from the ground up.
Ford Mustang GT500E, 1967
His 1967 Ford Mustang GT500E is the final vehicle on our list. As you can see, the comedian and actor has a sweet spot for muscle cars from the 1960s and 1970s. You can’t blame him because these automobiles were meant to be powerful and fast.
Most people expect the 408 cubic-inch Mustang to be an apocalypse on wheels, but they’re typically pleasantly pleased to see that it’s far from that.
Ferrari SF90 Spider
Kevin Hart’s Ferrari SF90 Spider finished in black, is claimed to be the first example delivered in the United States since the topless supercar debuted in November. The comedian sported a similar attire for his mandatory social media selfie sitting next to his new gift, with a yellow hooded sweatshirt to match the SF90 Spider’s yellow brake callipers and black leggings and sunglasses to match the supercar’s black paint.
He didn’t post any interior photos, but we can see that he ordered his SF90 Spider with black leather seats with yellow accents to match the hybrid supercar’s sleek and ominous look.