The Scottish chef likes his cars in the same way he likes his cutlery — razor-sharp and well-balanced. The majority come from the Italian car maker, Ferrari, thanks to watching “Magnum PI” as a kid. His love for Ferrari runs so deep that he even called his first flagship restaurant “an engine tuned to perfection on a daily basis, like my LaFerrari.”
His collection includes a 1998 Ferrari F355 GTS, a 2000 model year 500 Maranello, a 2005 F430 GTB, a ’16 F12TDF, and an SP2 Monza from 2019 (via GQ). He even has one of the five hundred 2015 Ferrari LaFerrari’s made (with a $1.4 million price tag), but Ferraris aren’t his only jam. He also owns a 2019 Ford GT, a $500,000 car with a top speed of 216 mph. He also owns two McLarens, the 675LT and the Senna, the latter of which cost a cool $837,000.
Additionally, his 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder is decked out with a 4.6-liter V8 pushing 608 bhp, two more electric motors that add another 279 bhp, and goes from zero to sixty in 2.2 seconds. He even has a special edition Land Rover Defender 110 SVX made for the 24th film in the James Bond franchise, “Spectre.” Of the 10 built, only seven survived, and Ramsay just so happens to own one. It has an estimated value of $288,000 (via GQ).
But none of these compare to the piece de resistance, a true three Michelin star car — his 2016 LaFerrari Aperta.