KYLE Walker has made a £27million fortune as one of the Premier League’s best players.
Away from the pitch, his riches have seen him splash the cash.
One of his favourite things to spend his money on is luxury cars.
Walker has owned a variety of motors, including some stylish SUV’s.
But, he really has a penchant for fast cars, as SunSport discovered when looking through his epic collection.
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Lamborghini Huracan, £235,000
After completing his big move from Spurs to City for £45million in 2017, Walker bought his most expensive motor.
He joined new teammate Sergio Aguero as a Lamborghini owner.
The right-back got himself a Huracan, which he was seen driving to training in his first few weeks at the club.
It’s one of the fastest cars on the planet – capable of reaching 0-62 mph in just 2.9 seconds.
Bentley Bentayga, £200,000
When the Bentayga was released in 2015, footballers all over the world put their name on the waiting list for one.
Walker, along with England pal Raheem Sterling, were just two of the first in line.
The Bentayga was Bentley’s first foray into the SUV market – and it’s a beautiful car.
The 2016 models boasted a simply huge twin-turbo W12 engine.
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Audi RS7, £115,000
Although he was spoiled with the Bentayga in terms of comfort and class, Walker clearly has a preference for a more sporty motor.
Recently, he’s been seen driving to training in a stylish RS7 that comes with a hefty £115,000 price tag.
This Audi can hit a top speed of 190 mph.
Better still, it does 0-60 mph in just 3.5 seconds meaning it’s not too shabby at all.
Mercedes AMG-GT R, £160,000
Perhaps the award for Walker’s best-looking motor goes to his stunning AMG-GT R.
It truly is a work of art from a design standpoint, and it doesn’t lack in performance either.
It’s just shy of his Lamborghini’s top speed of 201 mph at 198 mph.
This Merc’s M178 twin-turbo 4-litre V8 engine generates 510 horse power.
Mercedes S-Class, £92,000
One of the ultimate saloons, that gives comfort, reliability and is driven by the elite.
Don’t be fooled by the fact it’s Walker’s cheapest motor, it still oozes quality.
Depending on the model, it can reach 0-62 mph in 3.3 to 5.6 seconds – but you don’t buy it for its speed.
But it’s built with cutting-edge technology, including ambient lighting which gives you a choice of 64 different colours.