10 Most Expensive Things In The World that Elon Musk Can Buy Easily
As Elon Musk Becomes The World's Richest Man, Here Are 10 the Most Expensive Things In The World that He Can Buy Easily.
Elon Musk’s total assets currently remain at over $188 billion, making him the most extravagant individual on the planet. It’s difficult to envision exactly how much cash that is, so this is what his abundance is worth.
1.Elon Musk can buy around 3781 Graff Diamonds Hallucination watch.
Completed in 2014, the Hallucination watch by London-based Graff Diamonds took several thousand hours of work and 110 carats to create.
2.Elon Musk can buy 3000 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO
In 2018, the vintage Italian games vehicle broke a record when Chicago’s David MacNeil, the organizer/CEO of WeatherTech, got it for $70 million. As CNN clarifies, “It’s very uncommon for a proprietor to leave behind one at any cost” in light of the fact that solitary 39 were worked by Ferrari somewhere in the range of 1962 and 1964.
3.Elon Musk can buy 104 Antilla’s.
Worth $22.3 billion, the most extravagant man in India assembled this 400,000-square-foot home in Mumbai in 2012.
4.Elon Musk can buy 20800 Gold-plated Bugatti Veyron
Some of the owners include Flo Rida and some middle-eastern billionaires. It goes from 0-100 in 2.8 seconds and looks like a ghost at that speed.
5.Elon Musk can buy 410 Villa Leopolda
Built on the French Riviera, this villa is the second most expensive home on this planet, which also served as a WW II hospital.
6.Elon Musk can buy 47 Yacht History Supreme
The Yacht is plated with 100,000 kg of gold and platinum and has other extravagances like statues made of a T-Rex’s bone and wine glasses made out of an 18-carat diamond. Some reports that this might be fake emerged in 2011, however, this yacht was confirmed to exist again in 2014.
7.Elon Musk can buy 315 Air Force One.
Though technically the term “Air Force One” refers to any aircraft carrying the President of the United States, Air Force One more commonly refers to the Boeing 747-200B reserved for the president and first lady. The triple-decker, 4,000 square foot jet features a multi-room suite for the president, in addition to a medical suite, two galleys, and quarters for the president’s entire staff and guests.
8.Elon Musk can buy 670 Lisbon Island, Portugal
The island is virtually on the doorstep of Lisbon itself and is a massive 3000 acres. There has been talking of turning the island into a luxury golf course, complete with residential units, as the island is a prime spot for potential development and is unusual in the fact that it remains undeveloped whilst being so close to a heavily populated area such as Lisbon.
9.Elon Musk can buy 16 VH71 Kestrel helicopters.
The estimate for this proposed fleet was set at US$13.2 billion, setting the record for the most expensive helicopter. While the estimated cost solidifies its record as most expensive, it also prompted a halt in the program in 2009, when the proposal was set for a re-evaluation of costs.
10.Elon Musk can buy 9 Itaipu hydroelectric dam on the Parana River.
If you think US$19.6 billion is a hefty price tag in today’s market, consider this: the Itaipu Dam cost that when it was completed in 1984. The complex consists of four combined dams joined to create its total length of 23,737 feet, and according to Wikipedia, its hydroelectric power plant was able to produce the most energy (of any kind) in 2016.