Cirque Du Soleil's Guy Laliberté's $1.3 Million McLaren P1 Supercar Spotted In Montreal
A set of wheels fit for a Billionaire.
Circus folk make the big bucks. Well, maybe not clowns, trapeze artists, and acrobats, but you're sure as hell making bank when you're the cofounder and majority owner of Cirque du Soleil, as is the case with Guy Laliberté, who you can tell packs wads on wads of cash just by the car he drives.
Laliberté, who has a net worth of $1.9 billion, according to Forbes, was spotted with one of his sweet rides in Montreal this past weekend by Montreal.tv. Laliberté's McLaren P1 was the focus of the article, and no so much the man himself, because, lets be honest, pics of a car worth $1.3 million are far more appealing than a 55 year old businessman.
Renowned for his mass selection of swanky rides, Laliberté has a whole thread devoted to his car collection on MontrealRacing.com. Laliberté's garage is also said to house a Modena 360, Bently Coupe, Ferrari Enzo, Maserati GranTurismo and a Batmobile. Okay, that last one wasn't true, but if anyone in Montreal owned a high-tech bat car, it'd be Laliberté.
Check out some pics of Laliberté's McLaren P1, courtesy of Montreal.tv, below.
Photo credits - Montreal.tv
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