Seinfeld has carved its own space in pop culture forever, and one of the cooler parts of the show was all the interesting cars they’d bring out. From vintage Porsches to the less cool Chrysler LeBaron, Complex gives us The Complete Guide to Cars in Seinfeld.
Cudder stepped out on the town last night in a $200k Mercedes with suicide doors and a red interior. Mean!! Looks like he’s done quite well for himself and continues to…as he’s rumored to have a part in the upcoming Ninja Turtles movie! Pretty dope!! Check out the whip below.
MMG’s Ohio representer Stalley is rapidly gaining popularity, and the recent release of his new mixtape Savage Journey To The American Dream is only adding to his rise to stardom. In many of his videos, he’s rode around in some really cool muscle cars…and working for someone like Funk Flex, I recognize this quite quickly. When I saw that he caught up with Complex to share his 10 favorite whips, I had to share them with our readers. I know Flex is going to like this one! Check out Stalley’s Top 10 below.
Alicia Keys was spotted around NYC yesterday, showing off one of the perks of having a hubby that works for a car company. Swizz’s wifey was pushing a mean red Lotus Evora, a whip that retails for around $75k. Check out more pics below.
Yesterday, a pretty cool parade went on in L.A. that featured almost every Batmobile used over the course of the Batman franchise. George Barris, the man who designed the original Batmobile featured on the TV show and the 1966 live-action movie led the convoy in the original classic car. Also featured were the one from Tim Burton’s “Batman” movies, Christopher Nolan’s version from “Dark Knight” and the one from Joel Schumacher’s “Batman & Robyn.” Check them out below.