From WWE Superstar to Movie star, here is a look into John Cena's car collection.
Felix Anthony Cena moved to California in 1998 from West Newbury, Massachusetts in pursuit to become a bodybuilder. Cena transitioned from bodybuilding to professional wrestling as he made his first debuted on the Ultimate Pro Wrestling (UPW) on November 5, 1999.
If you don't know who Cena is yet, then maybe know him from his roles on the Fast & Furious movies or even as a hip-hop music artist.
This car collection is for sure one for the books, it is full of American Muscle cars, sports cars and off-road vehicles, everything a Gear Head can ask for.
Join us as we highlight some of the most loved rides by John Cena over the years.
2017 Ford GT
This 2017 Ford GT was owned by John Cena, we say was because this car sold at the Mecum Auctions for 1.32 million in 2019.
2013 Custom Corvette CR InCINErator
When you're someone like John Cena you can afford to have just about anything in your garage, and the InCENArator is going to be one of the most bizarre vehicles in Cena's collection.
It is a one-of-a-kind car built by the Parker Brothers, who took the thoughts on John Cena and make them into a reality.
It was custom built by the Parker Brothers on the instructions of Cena. He wanted to transform a Corvette C7 R to look like something futuristic. The tinkering birthed the InCENArator. The car has a unique body, with flamethrowers that can shoot four-foot flames from special vents at the rear. Entry into the car is from the hood; you have to climb up the hood. It has a glass clamshell roof, a 5.5 L V8 engine that churns out 491 horse power. The car was featured in Dream Machines and Gumball 3000.
2009 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4
John Cena is not just a Muscle car fan, but he is into the sporty look as well.
2007 Ford Mustang Saleen Parnelli Jones Limited Edition
If you are a fan of John Cena, you will know that he is a Mustang fan. His car in F9 was even a 2016 Ford Mustang GT350.
2006 Ford GT
If you have been following Cena over the years, then you will know that he loves a supercharged 5.4-liter with pure V8 power.
1989 Jeep Wrangler
Ah, the old Jeep Wrangler is pretty sluggish and is known to have very too little power. Some jeep owners have complained that the jeep is comfortable. With a jeep meant for off-roading, you would think it would be comfortable for the driver, but that isn't the case. It is however a fun vehicle to drive.
Fun Fact: John Cena bought this Jeep with his very first paycheck from WWE. At the time the purchase was a symbol of how far he has come in life.
1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Rallye 350
Yes, the old 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Rallye 350, what a magnificent classic car.
The Pontiac Tempest Lemans GTO is arguably one of the first American Muscle car ever made.
When the manufacture noticed a huge success, they went on slap a large displacement engine in the car, which resulted in the popularity of big-block engines being put in cars all around the world. Another car that followed this concept was the Oldsmobile’s Cutlass 442.
When Gear Heads started calling for Muscle cars that the average American could afford, GM answered their prayer with the 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass Rallye 350. The Cutlass Rallye 350 is a high-performance muscle car with a small-block V8 engine. The car is clearly from the 70's as everything just flows together, like the yellow paint job that flows into the bumper. When you pop the hood you will find a 350 cubic inch V8 engine cranks out roughly 310 horsepower. The model was sadly discontinued after just 3,500 units were built. John Cena is the owner of 1 out of 3,500 made and who knows how many are out there in the world still working and on the road today.
1970 Plymouth Superbird
John Cena is a person who is a fan of the classic muscle cars and this 1970 Plymouth Superbird proves his love for that era.
This is one of John Cenas first cars he bought with his WWE paychecks.
The production for the Plymouth Superbird lasted from 1968 to 1980 with various types making it to the assembly line. After the success of the 1970 Plymouth Superbird, Chrysler went on to release three generations of the model with the last model being released in 1975.
This is one of my favorite cars from his collection by far. Post yours in a comment below.
1969 COPO Chevrolet Camaro
John Cena is a powerful wrestler and that calls for a powerful car. The 1969 COPO Chevrolet Camaro was the most powerful production cars sold by General Motors
John Cena has a taste for just about any Muscle car, and the 1969 COPO Chevrolet Camaro was on his list to have in his car collection. The engine in this is a beast, featuring an aluminum head, four-barrel carburetor, and hits with 500 horsepower. This Camaro also rides with factory stock tires and dual exhaust pipes.
John Cena paid roughly $325K to add this beast to his collection.
1966 Dodge Hemi Charger 426
John Cena has an awesome car collection and it continues with this 1966 Dodge Hemi Charger.
The engine sitting in this car was introduced as a race car engine back in 1964, they also released a street version in 1966. The engine pumped out more than 500 horsepower, so you can only guess how fast this bad boy is.
There was only 37,000 Chargers built by Ford, only 468 got the Hemi engine, and guess what? John Cena has one of them in his car collection.