This might just be the most insane hypercar-filled garage that you’ve ever seen.
Meet Manny Khoshbin, an Iranian-born entrepreneur that started his own business when he was barely out of high school. Then it went bust when he couldn’t afford to pay off the health inspectors, so he went into real estate and made millions upon millions of dollars.
We’re glazing over a few facts, but that’s why this 47-year-old has enough money to burn on millions of dollars worth of hypercars. We’re not even sure how many millions, but it’s gotta be well into the 8 figures, and possibly as far as 9.
We have the Shmee150 YouTube channel (by way of Motor1) to thank for this one-of-a-kind look at a one-of-a-kind garage. The moment you step foot in Manny’s garage you feel like Neo from The Matrix in that virtual space where he asks for all the guns. Only instead of guns, you’re given million dollar hypercars, many of them gold plated and nearly all of them made entirely out of carbon fiber.
Manny likes carbon fiber.
To start, there’s the Koenigsegg Agera RS, or the fastest car in the world. His is named “Phoenix”, since his first car, “Gryphon”, crashed twice before it could even be delivered. It’s finished in 24-karat gold accents and has a gold-plated exhaust to compliment the dark as night carbon fiber body.
Next up is the Pagani Huayra Hermes edition which Manny calls “Picasso on wheels”. Made in collaboration with Paris-based boutique handbag maker MS Paris, the Hermes Huayra was made in Paris and furnished using the same leather that MS Paris makes their bags out of. On one side mirror is the French flag, while on the other is the Italian flag.
Of course, what hypercar garage is complete without the unmistakable Bugatti Veyron? But Mr. Koshbin doesn’t have just any Veyron--this is the Mansory edition, a later-model version with 1,200 hp and an entire body made out of carbon fiber. As usual, gold and carbon fiber adorn every inch of this bespoke hypercar.
There are also McLarens, Mercedes, a Ferrari or two, and more in Manny’s garage. Check out the video and be amazed.