4. The Cars
Most of the time — say, 99 percent — Trump rides in a limo chauffeured by one of his two New York drivers. It’s arguably the very best perk of being rich: no road rage, no circling the block for a legal parking space. When he showed up for jury duty at the New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan in August, his limo dropped him directly in front of the building and sat in the “No stopping anytime” zone until he came out hours later. Because he’s Donald Trump.
“He’s a great boss,” Eddie Diaz, who has been working for the tycoon since 2000, told Newsweek. Trump, a “down-to-earth guy,” uses only American cars, Diaz said. Foreign cars are “not allowed.”
Perhaps not for the limos, but Trump has a handful of elite foreign cars sprinkled around his various properties, according to his campaign. He’s a big fan of Rolls-Royce and started with a vintage 1956 Silver Cloud; now there’s a 2015 Rolls-Royce Phantom ($500,000 and up) that he occasionally drives himself, as well as a Maybach, a Ferrari, a Mercedes-Benz S600 and an SLR McLaren (with a $455,000 price tag) that he bought as a present for Melania. He no longer owns the electric-blue 1997 Lamborghini Diablo (it was spotted by car enthusiasts with his name on it), but in 2005, “Apprentice” contestants had to create an advertising campaign for the luxury Italian make. Rounding out the fleet are two made in the USA: a Cadillac Escalade and a Tesla.