Grief news comes from the world of basketball. The NBA legend and Los Angeles (LA) Lakers Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, United States, Sunday, January 26, 2020, morning local time.
As one of the NBA legends and important figures in the Los Angeles Lakers, the man who is nicknamed “Black Mamba” is known to love collecting luxury cars. Bryant’s collection of luxury cars and supercars, ranging from Lamborghini, Ferrari to helicopters who allegedly took him in the deadly accident.
Ferrari 458 Italia
The Ferrari 458 Italia (F142) is a 4,500 cc mid-range V8 engine with 562 horsepower combined with a 7-speed Dual Clutch transmission. According to sources, this car was bought by Bryant in 2012 and became his mount in Los Angeles.
Lamborghini Murcielago is a supercar from 2001-2010, the successor to Diablo’s Lamborghini. Lamborghini Murcielago Bryant has a yellow color carrying the 6,500 ccs V12 engine capable of spewing out 580 horsepower.
1963 Chevrolet Impala
This car is one of the classic cars that belong to Kobe Bryant. The Chevrolet Impala, collected by Bryant, is a third-generation that has been totally changed compared to its predecessor. When it was produced, the Impala 1963 was equipped with a 4,600cc and 5,400cc V8 Small Block engine combined with a 3-speed automatic or 4-speed manual transmission.
Bentley Azure Mulliner
This collection is a European product of Bentley Azure Mulliner. The British super-luxury vehicle has an open roof. The kitchen is powered by a 4,000 cc turbo V8 engine.
Jeep Wrangler custom special edition of Call of Duty owned when he became the star of the video game ad Call of Duty in 2011. This is one of his favorite vehicles that are special.
Impala 1964 is a collection of muscle cars owned by Kobe Bryant. This car is a gift from rap singer, Snoop Dogg, for Kobe. Precisely a retirement gift after 20 years of a career with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Big bodied SUV from the United States (US) is riding Kobe Bryant’s daily activities for carpooling and dropping off his favorite daughter, Gianna, playing basketball.