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Conor McGregor is known for his blisteringly fast punches, but when he’s not knocking guys out in the UFC, he’s rolling around in some really expensive cars. Here’s a look at the type of cars that Conor McGregor drives around in.

Lamborghini Aventador 

Unsurprisingly, McGregor is the owner of not one, but two Lamborghini Aventadors. This supercar for the super-rich set him back about $260,000 each, according to HotCars. 

With a massive 6.2-liter V12 that generates almost 700-hp, the Aventador delivers a fast and powerful punch, much like McGregor does. It can accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 2.9 seconds and it can hit a top speed of about 220 miles per hour. 

The other Aventador that McGregor has is the Aventador Roadster, which is the convertible version of the Aventador. Performance wise, it’s pretty much the same as the Aventador, except arguably cooler as it’s a convertible

McGregor calls his regular Aventador “The Mutant” and he calls the roadster “The Flamethrower.” 

DeLorean DMC-12

Although this notorious DeLorean from the Back to the Future franchise isn’t very fast nor very sporty, it definitely had a cultural impact. McGregor certainly felt that impact as he’s the owner of such a DeLorean. 

It’s not an especially expensive car, but it shows what kind of person McGregor is. He’s already spent millions on other sports cars, but he’s still willing to drive around in a relatively poor performing yet iconic car.

BMW i8

Conor McGregor may be a dangerous person inside the octagon, but he’s also somewhat environmentally conscious as well. Like many other supercar garages, McGregor has a greener option that he’ll take for a spin from time to time. 

The i8 is a hybrid sports car that gets pretty decent performance figures. Its 1.5-liter three-cylinder gasoline engine helps generate about 369-hp, which propels the i8 from 0 to 60 miles per hour in about 4.2 seconds. It also tops out at 155 miles per hour. 

But of course, the main reasons that McGregor purchased the i8 was because it’s a stylish, luxurious, and fuel-efficient sports car. It’s not a cheap car either, as it starts at about $150,000.

Rolls Royce Ghost 

Conor McGregor’s Ghost is not only a powerful car, but it’s also a very personalized one. The Ghost has a massive 6.6-liter V12 that generates over 600-hp, but despite that, it’s not the fastest car in his garage. 

It can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 4.7 seconds and it tops out at about 155 miles per hour. It also cost him about $320,000 for the car.

However, McGregor’s Ghost does have a stylized wrap that features his nickname, Notorious, and a picture of himself. So no matter where this Ghost goes, everyone will know who’s inside. 

Lamborghini Huracan Avio

Although McGregor caught some flak for posing next to an Avio that he didn’t own, he actually does own an Avio, just not the one that he posed with. 

With a 600-hp engine and a limited 250 unit run, McGregor’s in the small club of Avio owners. Like other Avio owners, Lamborghini is making a limited edition and unique plate for McGregor. 

Range Rover

Everyone loves SUVs, so it’s no surprise that McGregor owns two different Range Rovers. It’s on the cheaper end for him, as they only cost him about $90,000 a piece, but you can’t beat the powerful and practical nature of a Range Rover. 

Its 340-hp V6 isn’t all that impressive compared to the sports cars that McGregor drives around, but McGregor is a family man, so it makes a lot of sense for him to drive his family around in one of the best SUVs available today.