WES WATSON HAS RECENTLY BECOME A HOUSEHOLD NAME IN THE FITNESS AND BUSINESS COACHING WORLD DUE TO HIS INSPIRING STORY AND UNAPOLOGETIC COACHING STYLE. HIS BUSINESS SUCCESS HAS ALSO ALLOWED WES TO BUILD AN IMPRESSIVE CAR COLLECTION WITH LUXURY CARS MOST COULD ONLY DREAM OF.
Wes Watson’s car collection would put most rappers and entrepreneurs to shame, but what exactly does he do for a living? Wes is the founder of Watson Fit who first made a name for himself on YouTube with a video series talking about the Californian prison system and his experience within it. While Wes filmed his first few videos on a park bench and while driving his mother’s beat-up truck, he has since gained rapid popularity on YouTube and built up a multi-million dollar mindset and fitness coaching business which allowed him to purchase an impressive luxury car collection, as well as a few luxury properties.
Below is a list of all vehicles that Wes Watson currently owns:
2022 McLaren 720S Spider
Price: $435,000 (£355,000)
The newest supercar in Wes Watson’s garage is his black carbon McLaren 720S Spider finished in black carbon which he bought in December last year. The 720S features a full MSO package making it one of the most unique supercars Wes owns.
When it comes to the interior, this 720S Spider is finished in Cobalt with MSO logos on the headrest and a plethora of carbon options throughout including a carbon fibre steering wheel.
2023 Rolls-Royce Phantom
Price: $653,000 (£534,000)
One of the most luxurious cars in Wes Watson’s car collection is his 2023 Rolls-Royce Phantom. It’s well known that Wes is a big fan of lavish Rolls-Royces with top-of-the-line specs, and this particular example is no exception.
The car is finished in all black with a mandarin orange starlight interior and sits on custom 26-inch Forgiato rims giving it a menacing appearance while staying true to its luxurious design.
2020 Rolls-Royce Cullinan
Price: $540,000 (£441,000)
Probably the most recognisable car in Wes Watson’s car collection is his Rolls-Royce Cullinan finished in Burnout Grey. The Cullinan has quickly become a favourite amongst many celebrities due to its unparalleled luxury feel combined with superior comfort and performance.
Wes’ Cullinan features a Mandarin Orange starlight interior and sits on 26-inch Forgiato wheels making it the perfect daily driver for a man like Wes Watson.
2019 Lamborghini Urus
Price: $235,000 (£192,000)
Another SUV in Wes Watson’s car collection is his very unique 2019 Lamborghini Urus. Although Wes is normally seen dressed in his signature black T-shirt and black jeans combo, his Lamborghini Urus is far from understated. The car is finished in Gloss Tiffany Green wrap with 23-inch Lamborghini wheels.
The Urus is by far the most extravagant car in Wes’ garage due to its unique wrap, but it also shows that he is not afraid of experimenting when it comes to colourways and specs, unlike most car collectors.
2021 Lamborghini Huracan EVO Spyder
Price: $370,000 (£302,000)
Another Lamborghini in Wes Watson’s collection is his Lamborghini Huracan EVO Spyder. Perfect for San Diego sunny days, the Spyder is the convertible version of the Huracan EVO and cost Wes over $370,000. The vehicle is finished in a custom matte grey paint job right from the factory combined with a bright orange interior which Wes seems to be a fan of.
The Huracan EVO has quickly gained popularity across the world thanks to its superb 5.2-litre V10 engine and an updated interior design which features a large centre touchscreen display replacing the traditional Huracan centre console. On the track, the EVO performs similarly to its big brother Performante and puts out virtually identical power making it a mean daily driver for Wes.
2022 Mercedes Maybach
Price: $325,000 (£266,000)
One of the most comfortable vehicles that Wes Watson owns is undoubtedly the 2022 Mercedes Maybach. This particular example is finished in Maybach’s signature two-tone paint job and features an incredibly unique spec which Wes had upgraded with 24-inch Forgiato wheels like many other cars in his garage.
While the exterior of the Maybach is gorgeous, to say the least, the interior design is where this luxury cruiser from Mercedes truly shines. Featuring TV Screens, reclining massage seats, LED ambient lighting, a mini fridge, and much more, the Maybach is the perfect car to be chauffeured in while taking care of business which is what Wes is usually seen doing on his Instagram stories.
2017 Rolls-Royce Wraith
Price: $225,000 (£184,000)
As if having two Rolls-Royce in the garage wasn’t enough, Wes Watson is also a proud owner of another British luxury cruiser. The 2017 Rolls-Royce Wraith is finished in a stealthy black-on-black colourway and cost Wes nearly a quarter of a million dollars.
The Wraith is sitting on 24-inch Forgatio wheels and has been de-chromed to give it a truly menacing look compared to most other Rolls-Royce. Overall, the car is an ideal cruiser for those looking for a top-of-the-line luxury car experience combined with sporty performance thanks to its twin-turbocharged 6.6-litre V12 engine.
2022 Ferrari F8 Tributo
Price: $496,000 (£405,000)
One of Wes Watson’s favourite cars in his car collection is his 2022 Ferrari F8 Tributo. Wes has previously sted that the car is in a league of its own and is by far the best supercar he owns.
This particular Tributo is finished in all-black including colour-matched black wheels and cost Wes close to half a million dollars. The car is powered by a 3.9-litre twin-turbo V8 engine and has a 0-60 mph time of just 2.9 seconds.
Mercedes-Benz G500 4X4² Brabus
Price: $215,000 (£173,000)
The latest addition to Wes Watson’s car collection is the giant Mercedes-Benz G500 4X4² by Brabus. Definitely, one of the most unique cars from the Mercedes lineup, the 4X4² Brabus weighs nearly 3 tonnes and will stick out on any road in the world due to its massive body and lifted suspension which makes it perfect for a larger-than-life figure like Wes.
This particular Brabus is finished in a satin grey colourway with black wheels and costs well over $200,000 making it one of the most expensive off-roaders around.
For those keeping a count, Wes Watson’s car collection is currently worth over $3.4 million (£2.8 million) which is very impressive considering the fact that, unlike most other car collectors, Wes purchased all of his vehicles in cash and not finance as it is often the case with supercar owners.
Another fact making Wes Watson’s rise to business and personal success even more impressive is the fact that just a few years ago, Wes was serving a 10-year prison term in the Californian penitentiary system. However, during his time in prison, Wes has decided to turn his life around and develop a mindset centred around discipline and service to others through his fitness coaching.
Additional images and cover image courtesy of Jared Hawk