Want to see what a car worth $1.1 million looks like? Just ask Steven Tyler: The Aerosmith frontman showed up at a charity event over the weekend driving his ultra-rare - and ultra-fast -- Hennessey Venom GT Spyder.
The former "American Idol" judge bought the car last year after asking car creator John Hennessey to make some customizations.
"Steven came to us last year and asked if we could build his Venom GT as a roadster," Hennessey told Yahoo! Autos in 2012.
The results? The car can hit 200 miles per hour in 16 seconds, making it the fastest car in the world. Also, the most dangerous, though enthusiasts say dying in such a vehicle would be "the best way to die."
What's not debatable: Celebrities love their expensive cars. We've scrounged up some of the most expensive celebrity rides - and let's just say they're worth more than our houses.
Justin Bieber received quite the present for his 18th birthday: A chrome Fiskar Karma worth $100,000. The car's been through quite a lot in the year since Bieber received it, including a recent car accident that almost totaled it.
And Bieber wasn't even driving it. According to reports, the singer let BFF Lil Flip drive it earlier this month - and he prompting ran it into a cement pole at a San Fernando Valley liquor store.
Then he fled the scene.
The car is reportedly fixed and Twist is driving it again. Hey, Bieber: Sounds like he's just using you for your car!
Simon Cowell is probably pretty upset that Steven Tyler has a $1.1 million car, especially since he used to have the most expensive car - the Bugatti Veyron - worth $1 million.
The Bugatti isn't his favorite ride, though: "The X Factor' judge told the website Top Gear that he loves his Rolls Royce.
"It's the most beautiful, most comfortable, best-engineered car ever built. I can hardly bring myself to say it but it's - oh, sod it! - perfect.
"When I drove the car I felt so good, I knew I had to have one. So, I spent £300,000 on one for my house here in LA," he said in 2008.
Must be rough.
Jerry Seinfeld is putting his "Seinfeld" residuals to good use. One of his investments? A collection of cars, including a $700,000 Porsche 959. The self-described " "Porschephile" even has a special building designed for holding his entire collection of cars.
And yes, he really loves cars. So much that he even created a show involving them. "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" is set for a second season later this year.
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