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What Kind of Car Does Tyler the Creator Drive?
The full garage of Tyler, The creator is exposed to us in the LEMONHEAD music video from the new album. Tyler The Creator’s cars are tastefully varied from supercars to euro rally classics. He also shares a love for BMWs with Frank Ocean. Lately, In one of his latest videos he featured a yellow Ferrari Enzo which is an italian whip.
Table Of Contents
- What Kind of Car Does Tyler the Creator Drive?
- Pink Fiat 131 Abarth Rally
- 2x Lancia Delta Intergrale
- Tyler, The Creator’s BMW’s
- Does Tyler The Creator own a McLaren?
- The 400k$ Rolls-Royce Cullinan
- First serious sports car: Audi R8
- Car references in music
- Frank Ocean License T-shirt
- Tyler’s net worth based on his garage
- Tyler, The Creator’s car crash
- Gallery with Automobiles
Pink Fiat 131 Abarth Rally
The poster child out of all the cars that were featured in his new album would have to be the baby pink Fiat Abarth 131 Rally. Bright pink, colorful tire text.
The Fiat 131 was released back in 1974 as a family car featuring sedan, avant, and coupe variants. It wasn’t powerful, it was quite an ordinary economy car of the time but the Abarth version still managed to find its way to the hearts of car enthusiasts as it competed in Group 4 rally from 1976 to 1980. Its coolest feature is the boxy body shape and flared wheel arches. It looks understated but not boring, it’s like taking your mongrel dog to a pure-breed competition and not getting the last place because you have extensively trained and modified the looks of it to an extent that it’s indistinguishable from the real deal. That is the Fiat 131 Abarth Rally, a family economy box that belongs on rallying roads. Markku Alén and Walter Röhrl both won a Driver’s Championship (78′ and 80′) with it and it was a 3-time Constructors Champion (77′, 78′, 80′) as well.
2x Lancia Delta Intergrale
The baby blue Lancia Delta Integrale was featured in the WUSYANAME visuals where he takes a trip through some beautiful mountain roads with some suitcases packed on the top of the car. But Tyler has a second dark blue Delta Integrale as well. The dark blue Lancia doesn’t get much love and it hasn’t been spotted outside of the LEMONHEAD video, maybe he got one to drive and one to stock away. It is apparent that Tyler, The Creator’s cars aren’t randomly chosen like most celeb’s. He cares about the heritage of certain brands and the history of certain models which shows he is a true car enthusiast.
The Lancia Delta Integrale is one of the most successful rally cars ever. It won the Manufacturer’s Championship six times and Driver’s 4 times. From 1987, when the car first competed the car company saw a 47% increase in sales thanks to its rallying success.
Tyler, The Creator’s BMW’s
Like Frank Ocean’s car collection, Tyler loves BMW as well, having a classic E30 M3 in a beautiful cream color. They have frequently been seen together driving their bimmers. When Frank made his obsession with BMW apparent by adding a bright orange M3 on the cover of Nostalgia. Ultra, Tyler started out by giving away his 1990 BMW 325is E30 at the 3rd annual Camp Flog Gnaw carnival.
He has also owned an E92 M3 in white. It’s a special model, 1 out of 100 Frozen Silver Competition Edition, which was built to commemorate the M division’s 40th anniversary.
Does Tyler The Creator own a McLaren?
Lyrics from Telephone Calls
F**k the Rolls and f**k the ‘Rari
F**k the Lambo’, Tyler only ride McLaren
Lyrics from What’s Good
Sick of that ‘Claren talk, I’m on my third one
Yes! From visiting the factory back in 2015 and driving the Mclaren F1 to owning the 675LT and MP4-12C. The latter one was included on the cover photo of his “Flower Boy” album. He bought the first Mclaren in 2015. Tyler, The Creator’s favorite car brand is probably the McLaren according to his lyrics. His current car is a 675LT with a grey exterior and orange interior. It does 0 to 60 in 2.9 seconds.
First McLaren: MP4-12C
His first McLaren was a white MP4, which was also a comeback model for the car company as it had had a hiatus from making supercars since the McLaren F1 in 1998. Tyler had the car customized with an OF sticker on top of the fuel door and was frequently seen driving it around. One time the car broke down on him and he started dancing next to it.
The 400k$ Rolls-Royce Cullinan
If you were to ask what car does Tyler, The Creator drive the most, it would probably be the Rolls-Royce Cullinan as it is the most comfortable one and perfect for long road trips. He was previously seen in a white car and at one point a darker color car but from LEMONHEAD it looks like he has now a green Cullinan. It is a tank, 2 and a half tons, a V12 engine making over 500 horsepower, and cost Tyler 400 grand. Pictures of Tyler The Creator Rolls Royce are a few but hopefully he will bring the car to the streets one day.
He has a second Rolls-Royce as well in the collection, which is a vintage car from the 1930s. Perhaps a Phantom II. If you know the exact model of this car, write us. Tyler tweeted that he wanted to equip his Rolls with a bike rack but for some regulatory reasons, it wasn’t possible. For the LEMONHEAD video, he still managed to make it happen.
First serious sports car: Audi R8
Back in 2014 Tyler, The Creator also had a Audi R8 in his car collection. It’s a white car fitted with custom wheels.
Car references in music
Tyler, The Creator – Bimmer Ft. Frank Ocean is the perfect song that captures their love for BMW. It’s also the first song that really shows their car obsession.
You remind me of my bimmer
A lot of trunk space, the perfect two-seater
There are plenty of car references on later songs as well. In 2seater, Tyler raps about his E92 M3 which is a special Frozen Silver Competition Edition.
E92, but ’91 the year that Tyler was spawned
In his song “Who Dat Boy” we get more references of the McLaren and in the video he is seen escaping the police.
Get out of my way güey, boy, that’s McLaren
That’s 0 to 60 in 2 point nueve, I’m gone
In the song “Okra” we get a closer look at his Mclaren 675LTh which is in a beautiful grey color with an orange interior. He also tells us the price of the car, a whopping 400 000$.
Check my bankroll, ayo, 400K for vehicle
Paintjob look like ashy ankles on Django, interior look mango
The song Group B is named after the set of regulations introduced in WRC from 1982 to 1986. He takes the opportunity to tell everyone that he ordered a Rolls-Royce Cullinan.
Hit Wallace, I just ordered a Cullinan
Frank Ocean License T-shirt
The Frank Ocean license shirt was inspired by his California driver’s license which was found and posted online a few years ago. To the license, we drew Frank in the style of his Blonde album cover.
Tyler’s net worth based on his garage
Adding up the approximate prices of his current garage as seen in LEMONHEAD we can calculate some of his net worth. This is only an approximation and shouldn’t be taken too seriously, but still gives a good glimpse into the huge amount of money Tyler is making.
McLaren 675LT = 375 000$
Rolls-Royce Cullinan = 400 000$
Rolls-Royce Phantom II = 150 000$
Lancia Delta Integrale (baby blue) = 45 000$
Lancia Delta Integrale (dark blue) = 45 000$
Fiat 131 Abarth = 200 000$
BMW M3 = 60 000$
Total = 1 275 00$
Tyler, The Creator’s car crash
Tyler crashed his Tesla Model X when driving home from the studio after a late-night making music. He hit a parked car that flew 50 feet backwards from the impact. Thankfully no one got hurt and Tyler’s accident ended with just a scare. He later went on to Instagram to give us a report of what had happened:
“My big doopy ass usually go to sleep 10:30 (i wake up at 7 er morn) and guess who wanted to finish music super late and dosed off for a few seconds while driving home, im a dumb ass bitch but lil mama don’t have a scratch im lucky. I calmly jumped out the back and called the people. thanks elon for the excessive airbags u a qt. good day sir”