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2,352 Bugattis & 72 Hawaiian Islands: Here’s What Else Elon Musk Could Have Spent His $44B On

by Jessica Weisman-Pitts
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What he could have bought: Price: How many times?
Bugatti La Voiture Noire $18.7 million 2352
Graff Diamonds’ The Hallucination $55 million 800
Buckingham Palace $4.9 billion 8
The Wynn resort $2.7 billion 16
Lanai island in Hawaii $610 million 72
Hermes Kelly Rose Gold $2 million 22,000
History Supreme yachts $4.8 billion 9
Bill Gates’ mega-mansion ‘Xanadu 2.0’ $125 million 352

Bugatti La Voiture Noire

Being the most expensive car in the world, the Bugatti La Voiture Noire is incredibly exclusive and there are only nine of them to have ever been produced. Costing $18.7 million and having a 0 to 60 speed of 0.2 seconds, only a handful of the world’s most successful people are proud owners of the car yet Elon Musk could have bought an astonishing 2,352 models with the same price he spent to become the owner of Twitter.

Buckingham Palace

As one of the most famous landmarks in the country, Buckingham Palace is home to royalty and consists of 5 stories and 39 acres of land spread over 828,821 square feet. The impressive size of the palace has its very own postcode due to the amount of space it takes up, even having its own hospital in the grounds. Buckingham Palace is worth $4.9 billion which means Elon could’ve actually bought it 8 times over and still had change to show!

The Wynn Resort

The Wynn Resort is one of the biggest casinos in Vegas and spans over almost 200,000 square feet. With over 1,800 slot games and 180 table games to choose from, it is a playground for gambling fans who travel from across the world to visit. It is valued at $2.7 billion which means Elon Musk could’ve bought it 16 times for the same amount that he invested into Twitter.

Lanai Island in Hawaii

To put it into perspective, Elon could’ve bought 72 entire islands for the price of Twitter! Lanai Island, known as Pineapple Island, is the sixth largest Hawaiian island and is famous for its stunning views, outdoor activities, marine life, and fine dining restaurants. Being valued at $610 million, it has been ranked as one of the most expensive islands in the entire world.

Bill Gates’ Mega-Mansion

Being the most expensive celebrity home in the world,  ‘Xanadu 2.0’ is worth $125 million. Containing famous artworks, a dedicated trampoline room, a salmon stream and golden sand which was imported from Caribbean islands, it’s no wonder the breathtaking property took the top spot. As impressive as it is, Elon Musk could have got an astonishing 352 of Bill Gates’ mansions with his $44 billion.