The famous actor and director, Eugenio Derbez, has a very particular taste in collectible cars. Find out which vehicle has grabbed the attention of the press!
With more than 40 years of career in the film and television industry, Eugenio Derbez has managed to collect a few million that have allowed him to give himself his luxuries, among them, that of forming one of the most special collections in the entire world, not so much because of the luxury of his vehicles, but because of the rareness of the vehicles he has in his garage.
At 60 years old, Eugenio Derbez He is one of the most successful and recognized Latin American actors, both in Spanish-language cinema and in Hollywood. But, for those who don’t have him so present because of his audiovisual works, he knows him because he owns some of the rarest cars in the world. And that is what we will talk about this time.
The actor who gave life to the voice of “Donkey” in the saga of Shrek He has bought very particular cars, since he owns very small vehicles that only a few collectors around the world have. One of the most striking that he has is the Messerschmitt KR200 or kabinenrollera car that has the particularity that it only has three wheels and that it is similar to a small aircraft, but without the wings, of course.
This has to do with the fact that the particular vehicle was created by the German aeronautical company that, faced with the prohibition to build airplanes, decided to make a very rare car. In its version with a gasoline engine, the car can produce 7.2 horsepower and reaches a maximum speed of 90 km/hwhile the electric version has a less powerful motor.
According to the “computerhoy” portal, the particular car he owns Eugenio Derbez It can be obtained for between 10 and 12 thousand dollars, although if you take into account this car as a collection vehicle, its value it has been seen hovering around 48 thousand dollars, a completely unreal figure, but that makes sense because of how unique this car is. Will we see Derbez again on the German tricycle?