The 4 Most Expensive Cars From Season 11 of ‘Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee’
The Netflix show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee just recently released its eleventh season and car enthusiasts everywhere are thrilled. Comedian Jerry Seinfeld takes famous and hilarious comedians on drives in classic, fast, or simply impressive vehicles.
Not only giving viewers a first-hand experience of a unique car but also providing hilarious interviews and non-stop entertainment. This season showcased a variety of amazing cars, from classic and unique to striking and outrageous. Here are the most expensive vehicles Jerry Seinfeld went cruising in this season:
1. 2004 Porsche Carrera GT
During episode one of the new season, Seinfeld takes comedian Eddie Murphy on a cruise in an incredible Porsche Carrera GT. The Carrera GT is a special and striking Porsche model, with only 1,200 ever produced.
Less than half of that number came to the U.S., and with Seinfeld being a serious Porsche fan, it’s no surprise this one made the show. According to Car and Driver, the mid-engine Porsche houses a powerful 5.7-liter V-10 engine and a six-speed, manual transmission.
In true Porsche fashion, the Carrera GT produces an impressive 612 horsepower and as one of the lightest-made Porsche models, it flies down any street with ease. The 2004 Porsche Carrera GT is worth close to an estimated $500,000.
2. 2018 Rolls-Royce Dawn
With a starting price of around $340,000, nothing says “opulence” quite like a Rolls-Royce. The 2018 Dawn model appears in both episodes 3 and 4 of the Netflix show, gathering plenty of attention driving around New York City.
Alongside Ricky Gervais, the comedians show off the Rolls-Royce Dawn’s luxurious, Hotspur Red interior and Gunmetal Gray paint job. According to Cars.com, the 2018 Rolls-Royce Dawn is a two-door convertible that seats four and is loaded to the brim with every option available.
It has a 6.6-liter V-12 engine, with a rear-wheel drivetrain and an eight-speed automatic transmission. It puts out around 563 horsepower and shines from head to toe in chrome. The only thing better than the obviously-rich car they’re driving is the comedians inside enjoying every minute of it.
3. 2018 Lamborghini Huracán Performante
You can’t miss the 2018 Lamborghini Huracán Performante when it pulls up in episode five. Its bright-green, Verde Mantis paint job says everything you need to know about the ridiculously fast car: it’s outrageous.
The Lamborghini model has a starting price of $203,000, but the upgraded version that Seinfeld picks up Matthew Broderick in is worth an estimated $274,000. According to Car and Driver, Seinfeld’s Lamborghini can get up to 60 miles per hour in around 2.5 seconds, with a 5.2-liter engine that produces 631 hp.
It runs on an all-wheel drivetrain, with a seven-speed, dual-clutch automatic transmission. With a new approach to power, weight reduction, and aerodynamics, the Huracán Performante is one of Lamborghini’s most impressive.
4. 1966 Porsche 356 SC Cabriolet
The 1966 Porsche Cabriolet that Seinfeld picks up Barry Marder in on episode twelve is not just an expensive one, but a unique one as well. This model began production in Austria in 1948 and was the Porsche’s first real production car.
In 1966, Porsche designed and produced the last ten 356 SC Cabriolets to be used as Dutch police cars. According to Money Inc, Seinfeld treasures this Porsche, being the last 356 model Porsche ever produced.
It still has the “Polizei” logo on its grille from its days of protecting the streets. The 356 SC Cabriolet is extremely lightweight, with not one hard edge on it; curving from the front to rear completely. This classic, rare, and expensive car is valued at anywhere between $80,000-$160,000.