Michael Jordan who was former American professional basketball player recently just sold his 2005 Bentley Continental GT Coupe to the Volvo Museum in Illinois – US.
The classy car of Michael Jordan has gone only 12,000 miles and powered by W12 engine with twin turbochargers which able to give 552 horsepower. The 2005 Bentley Continental GT Coupe was personalized by Michael Jordan with dark tinted glass, a set of $9,000 Lowenhart wheels and a talking radar system with front and rear sensors.
Brian Grams who is son of the museum’s owner stated that the Michael Jordan’s 2005 Bentley Continental GT Coupe is also equipped to go 198 mph and would sell for $207,000 new.
Unfortunately, the Volvo museum does not reveal the price paid for buying the Michael Jordan’s 2005 Bentley Continental GT Coupe. “It is simply going to be for display”, added Brian Grams.
You probably do not know that the 2005 Bentley Continental GT Coupe belonged to Michael Jordan is the very exact same car which inspired the Nike Air Jordan 21. Specifically, the front of the shoe is even designed to resemble the Bentley grill.
Michael Jordan’s 2005 Bentley Continental GT Coupe is not the only car the museum has bought from the former professional basketball player. The first car was bought from Michael Jordan was a 1993 ZR-1 Corvette. The sport car has 4,500 original miles, is a 350cc V8 which able to deliver 405 horsepower with six-speed manual transmission. This was indeed the first 1993 ZR-1 Corvette production line, with an original sticker price of $67,778. We predicted that only 448 units of 1993 ZR-1 Corvette were produced, and only 220 were the 40th anniversary edition. The vehicle was given to Michael Jordan and no one else has driven it.