8 Rare and Expensive Supercars owned by Whitesse

The famous garage of Whitesse has been documented by some of the most famous Automotive YouTubers. It has been featured on channels like Shmee150, Stradman, Doug Demuro, Tanner fox as well as other high-profile YouTubers and wealthy individuals all over the world.

The black and white Bugatti Veyron is the most famous in the fleet. This car has seen itself taking trips on different continents being driven and enjoyed. This is not the largest collection of cars but one of the most tasteful ones.    

1. Lamborghini Murcielago LP640

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The LP640 is the updated version of the Murcielago and was made between 2006-2010. Its 6.2 liter V12 had been updated to 6.5 liters. The original engine made 572 horsepower but this one was making 631. They could be ordered in either a coupe or roadster form. You could opt for a manual or e gear transmission. This particular car was the roadster and was specced in the beautiful Monterey blue which is a stunning color.

2. Lamborghini Aventador Roadster

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When the original Lamborghini Aventador came out it was a very stunning car and is still a stunning car to this day. The Whitesse team had a white Lamborghini Aventador roadster which was one of the first supercars to start off their all-white supercar fleet.

3. Buggati Veyron Vitesse L’Orque Blanc (Whitesse)

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This Bugatti Veyron is arguably the most famous 1of 1 Bugatti Veyron Vitesse in the world. The car arrived in October of 2014 and immediately became the favorite car of the collection. It is the Bugatti Veyron Vitesse L’orque Blanc edition and was instantly dubbed Whitesse (Vitesse) for its distinctive white and black configuration. The word L’orque Blanc literally means the “white killer whale”.

The Vitesse is the convertible version of the Veyron Supersport which means it also has the upgraded 1200 horsepower engine from that car. This car is no garage Queen as the owner drives it a lot and has taken it on many adventures. Its most famous trip was when it was out in Dubai and was seen out with other famous supercars as well as hanging out in Dubai’s famous landmarks. The collection has grown since then but the Bugatti still remains a favorite of the collection.

4. Koenigsegg Agera RS1

The allocation of the Agera RS1 was first made public in April of 2016. After almost a 14 month wait the owner first saw his car at the Geneva car show in April of 2017. The Agera RS1 just like the owner’s Bugatti Veyron is one of the most famous Koenigsegg ever made with its distinct white exterior and blue Alcantara interior. The car was delivered to the owner at the Koenigsegg factory in July of 2017 and immediately went on a European road trip. It was finally delivered to the owner’s residence in August of 2017. Just like the Bugatti Veyron, the Agera RS1 is being driven and enjoyed by its owner.

5. Lamborghini Huracan Performante

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In January of 2018, the Lamborghini Huracan Performante was added to the fleet as the new daily driver. The Performante is specced in a beautiful grey color known as Grigio Telesto. It has a 5.2 liter naturally aspirated V10 which produces 640 horsepower and features Lamborghini’s new ALA system. It is driven a lot by the owner’s son alongside the other hypercars.

6. 1959 Chevrolet Impala convertible

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In March of 2019, the pristine Chevrolet Impala convertible joined the Whitesse fleet. It is a black car with a white convertible roof and had only 1037 miles at the time of the purchase. This is the only classic car in the collection and I’m sure the owner is going to use and enjoy it the way he enjoys his other cars.

7. Pagani Zonda S Roadster

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Yellow is a big departure from this grayscale collection, but that is the exact color the car came in. The Zonda s roadster was produced in 2003 and has a 7.3 liter V12 from AMG which produces 547 horsepower. It is also equipped with a manual transmission and being a roadster means the top comes off.

The car was originally purchased to be converted to the 760 variant but the decision was made to keep it as is. it was one of the test cars used to develop parts for most of the newer Zondas. Only 40 of these cars were ever produced, but since original Zondas have been converted to 760 variants less of them exist in the original form.

8. Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster

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This is the latest addition to the Whittese supercar fleet. The car is also in a beautiful white color with red accents on the exterior and interior. The SV is the track version of the regular Aventador which came out in 2012 and the 6.5 liter V12 now makes 750 horsepower which is 50 more than the original Aventador. This car has comfort seats instead of carbon bucket seats which means the owner plans to drive it.

Cars on order

  • Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Roadster
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  • Bugatti Chiron
  • Koenigsegg Regera
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The Whitesse fleet is mainly a collection of black and white cars. Beyond that, almost every car in the fleet is a convertible, which means every car the owner buys he plans to drive them and not just leave them locked up in a garage.

If you had the means to purchase your dream car what cars would you buy and what colors would you have them in? Let us know in the comments below.

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