How Elon Musk's car collection has evolved over the years, from the million-dollar McLaren F1 he destroyed to a James Bond movie prop Lotus

Elon Musk's Car collection

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BMW 320i

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The first car Musk bought was an old 1978 BMW 320i that he got for $1,400.

1967 E-Type Jaguar

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When Musk got an initial bonus for Zip2, the web software company he and his brother cofounded, Musk used the money to buy a 1967 E-Type Jaguar.

After Musk sold PayPal, he bought a McLaren F1 — which he later totaled.

Elon Musk's car 

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Musk was driving with Peter Thiel, who cofounded PayPal with Musk, in 2000 when he wrecked the car.

Elon Musk's car

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In 2013, Musk bought the Lotus Esprit submarine car that's used in the James Bond movie "The Spy Who Loved Me." Musk paid $920,000 at auction.

Lotus Esprit submarine 

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Musk has owned an Audi Q7, which actually inspired him to include falcon wing doors on the Tesla Model S.

Audi Q7

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In 2007, Musk owned a Hamann BMW M5 sports car, a modified BMW that's slightly wider and has different finishes to look fiercer and more aggressive.

BMW M5 sports car

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Musk had a Porsche 911 as of 2012 in his Car Collection.

Porsche 911

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Musk revealed on Twitter in 2017 that a friend gifted him a Ford Model T.

Ford Model T

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Musk obviously drives his own Tesla vehicles too. He owns a Tesla Roadster, but it's not currently parked in his garage — it's in space.

Tesla Roadster

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He'll occasionally switch it up and drive a Model 3 Performance.

Tesla Model 3

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And if he's with his kids, he'll take a Model X.

Model X

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In December, Musk was spotted driving to dinner in Malibu, California, in Tesla's new Cybertruck.

Tesla's Cybertruck

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